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  • Natalie
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    After I upgraded to 5.1.1.beta, I see 2 issues:

    1. My footer (#footer-wrap) now has a min-height of 1572px making it really long (footer empty space as you scroll down on the page)
    – adding a min-height in my child css does not fix the problem
    2. My main nav dropdown now spans the width of the content-wrap. Which creates 5 rows.
    – if I adjust the width in my css, it does it, but floats all the way left, not under the parent menu item.

    How can I fix these 2 issues? http://new.gediweb.com/

    Andy
    Andy
    Keymaster

    Hi,

    1. I’ll take a look into why that is happening. For the time being, you can add this bit of CSS into Appearance > Theme Options > Customize > Custom CSS:

    
    #footer-wrap {min-height:0 !important;}

    2. You have extended menu class on that menu item – that means it will expand the length of the menu now. You can remove the class it will display like a normal drop menu.

    PS. I love what you’ve done with the site, it looks great! 🙂


    Natalie
    Participant

    1. the CSS works perfectly!

    2. I actually want columns, just not so wide. I have a plugin that I can use for that. Thx!

    And thank you for the compliment. It’s still work in progress, it’s my site this time so I want it perfect 🙂 And your theme is helping me get there! Thanks for the awesome support!

    Andy
    Andy
    Keymaster

    You’re welcome 🙂

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