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    Hi, I have problems with displaying the custom menu in the footer correctly. Please view http://www.tutusandtiaras.co.uk – at the bottom there are little arrows and the white lines are also thicker than the rest of the lines in the footer.

    I guess I should use the widget ‘Pages’, but it says I have to ‘EXCLUDE’ all the pages which shouldn’t be shown in the menu…that sounds like lots of work?!

    Or what is the right way? Thank you! DANKESCHOEN;)

    #70239

    Hi capuchin,

    Instead of using the “Pages” widget, you could use the “Custom Menu” widget then add the following CSS to your custom CSS or Quick CSS.

    #footer .widget_nav_menu ul li a {
    border-bottom:none;
    background-image:none;
    }

    The “background-image:none” removes the arrow on the right. The border-bottom removes the extra border from underneath each link. To setup the menu you would need to go to Appearance > Menus.

    Regards,

    Mya

    #70240

    Super! Thanks it works!

    That’s what I used at the end to make it look the same

    #footer .widget_nav_menu ul li a {

    border-top:none;

    background-image:none;

    }

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