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June 1, 2013 at 1:03 am in reply to: wp_nav_menu output and centering the primary navigation #8711
That is really funky. I have no idea where those came from… or why I didn’t see them in Firebug…
Thanks for the eyes. That did it!
MarkJune 1, 2013 at 12:36 am in reply to: wp_nav_menu output and centering the primary navigation #8709
Thought this was pretty cool you got a shout out on page 13!
download-it-for-free.htmlJune 1, 2013 at 12:28 am in reply to: wp_nav_menu output and centering the primary navigation #8708
I sent you a Facebook message with the domain.
Site is live now.
Really appreciate your help and responsiveness 🙂May 31, 2013 at 11:49 pm in reply to: wp_nav_menu output and centering the primary navigation #8706
The site I’m playing with is my development site, behind a coming soon plugin so not readily viewable.
I’ve attached a screenshot via tinypic that shows what I’m trying to accomplish : [IMG]http://i39.tinypic.com/xndkk8.png[/IMG]
Thanks for the help!
MarkMay 31, 2013 at 11:06 pm in reply to: wp_nav_menu output and centering the primary navigation #8702
Hi Jason (and Robert)
I’m a bit stumped at this point.
I have tried multiple versions of css to try and achieve the effect Robert has on the Boulder Editors website, except I’m trying to keep #access with a background and have the #primary-menu centered and transparent.
I have played with the code from Matthew Taylor that Jason references which is a great article, but still nada.
Any further guidance either of you could share would be most appreciated.
That’s a good solution and easy.
However, I’m trying to learn more about how to remove and add components into the framework to have more flexibility.
Angela Bowman (askWPgirl.com) has done some awesome designs by removing the default menu and substituting a pure css menu in its place. I’m working through the same idea, except placing uberMenu into the framework instead of a css menu. uberMenu has some cool features that I would like to use design wise.
Thanks for the tip on the other plugin!
I’ve been toying with this idea and how to use UberMenu (he has a shout out regarding Themeblvd integration on the support docs) in a custom page template.
Basically, creating a page with header over three divs; left div for UberMenu vertical menu, right div for content, bottom div.
I’m still working on getting the plugin to play nicely with Jumpstart, but could be a cool addition.
To be honest, you only need the % left variable, works fine ( at least for my purposes ). Since I’m only dealing with 2nd level and few 1st level links, once I have the 1st level set correctly, it’s easy to move the 2nd level to the left using -%. Hope that made sense, too late and too much of this stuff today 🙂
Thanks for all the help and great framework.
Angela and I were talking about a fix for this… she has had success with replaced the default menu with a css menu but I haven’t been able to get the function working correctly, which would be the other solution.