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  • Peter Quirk
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    Hi

    I have been using the Terso them for some time but have just (very) recently purchased the ePix theme.

    Forgive me if I’m asking a very stupid question but I’m trying to work out how to modify the menu that is part of the theme.

    Specifically ….
    1. The menu defaults to uppercase but I don’t want that to happen. I want he menu to be lower case
    2. I’d like to remove the “search” option from the menu. In the Terso theme there is an option under Theme Options->Header to turn on/off Display Serach but I can’t find where to do this in the ePix theme.
    3. Similarly there is an “i” icon next to the search which I would also like to turn off.
    4. The other question I have is that … on your “live preview” of the them, the menu slides to the left out of view after a couple of seconds. Now I don’t actually want this to happen on my website but I’m interested to know what activates that behaviour in the menu (so I can make sure avoid it).

    Thank you in advance.

    Regards
    Peter


    Tom ( Support)
    Keymaster

    Hi Peter,

    1. Technically this is a customization, but I will give this one to you.
    Add the following CSS to Appearance > Theme Options > Customize > Custom CSS.

    #nv-tabs ul li {
    text-transform: none !important;
    }

    2. You can remove this by going to Appearance > Theme Options > Header > Search, OFF.

    3. Remove all widgets from the Information Panel under Appearance > Widgets

    4. When you set the page to a Full Screen Slider, you can set the menu to disappear after a certain amount of time. If you do not want the menu to auto hide, do not tick the option or set a time. If none are selected, the menu will stay put.

    Hope this helps.

    Kind regards,
    Tom


    Peter Quirk
    Participant

    Hi Tom

    Thanks for your reply. You’ve responded a few times in response to my questions regard my Terso theme and, once again, you’ve come to my rescue. 🙂

    Regarding point 1 – I was on the right track and had tried putting some code where you had suggested but (obviously) I wasn’t using the correct syntax. Anyway your solution worked like a charm. Thanks …. and thanks for the “give away” CSS code. Much appreciated.

    and …………..

    Your other suggestions were spot-on as well.

    Thanks for your help.

    Best Regards
    Peter

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