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  • manu8091
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    Dear,

    I created an additional menu item and the menu now is nomore aligned with the logo.
    I tried to set the margins but anything changes. Can you help me?
    The website is http://www.gloreha.innovationtechnology.info/

    thanks


    manu8091
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    Hi @manu8091

    I checked your site and I do not see any issue. Can you specify which menu you’re referring to? You can also send screenshots so we can check further on this.

    Regards,


    manu8091
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    Hi @manu8091

    The menu is occupying too much space that’s why it moved below the logo. To get this fixed, you can either delete a menu item or decrease the font size and/or padding of the menu items.

    Regards,


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    manu8091
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    Hi @manu8091

    The problem is not the margin, but technically, it is the width of the width of the page compared to the total width of the logo and menu.

    Eventhough the margin is set as 0 the menu will still go down because the width of the page is just 1140px and the logo already occupies 200px, leaving the navigation with just 940px to fit all the menu items plus padding.

    To give you a better view, I increased the width of the page to 1300px and you will see that the logo and menu are now in inline because it now has enough space to fit all items, but if you decrease the size of the browser, you will see it moving down again as there is not enough space to stay in the same line.

    The best options are:
    – eliminate 1 menu item
    – decrease padding on each menu item using the CSS :

    #nv-tabs a{
    padding:10px;
    }

    – decrease the font size of the menu items

    Regards


    manu8091
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    thanks a lot for your help!

    You’re welcome, @manu8091

    Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you encounter any issues.

    Regards,

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