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  • #85785

    Christian Biemann
    Participant

    Hi again,

    I´d like to ask 2 small questions regarding the menu on http://www.biemann-photography.at/

    1. I´d like to write the 3 categories landscape/travel/cityscape not in just uppercase letters but with the first letter capitalized.
    (css should be text-transform: capitalize;)
    does this somehow work with the css class in the menu structure appearance?

    2. can I somehow add a separator in the menu.
    maybe just more space between the entries, or a string like “________” ?

    Thank you,
    have a nice day!
    Christian

    p.s.: does somebody else notice the small white gap in the 2nd third of the upper picture?
    why does that appear?
    I created that “panorama” with a grid gallery and 3 pictures next to each other.
    that just appears on certain resolutions of my different screens…
    thx

    #85791

    Christian Biemann
    Participant

    seems like that the issue with the gap in the gallery on the home-page is solved by setting the gallery to Mansory: ON.
    I don´t understand why, but I´m lucky that I found it 🙂
    hehe
    have a nice weekend!

    #85803
    Andy
    Andy
    Keymaster

    Hi,

    1. Yes it will work with the CSS class from the menu structure. It should be soemthing like

    #nv-tabs li.yourclassname {text-transform: capitalize;}

    2. Try adding the following CSS to Appearance > Theme Options > Customize > Custom CSS:

    #header #nv-tabs ul li a {padding: 22px;}

    #85807

    Christian Biemann
    Participant

    ok, that gave me the information to create the menu as it is at the moment.
    Now I created a page “________”, dropped that into the menu 2 times.

    I now want to display that point in the menu always as “not hovered”, even if the mouse is on it.
    Do you know what I mean. That entry should not link anywhere.

    Is that possible with the css class?
    I played around with several css definitions, but I havent found anything what works.

    Thank you!

    #85808

    Christian Biemann
    Participant

    seems like this doesn´t work in IE, from where I´m working currently.
    Maybe you have an alternative to get this work in IE too…..?
    thx!

    #85836
    Andy
    Andy
    Keymaster

    Hi Christian,

    I’ve tried this on IE in Browserstack and it works fine. It maybe cached on the computer you’re using.

    #85874

    Christian Biemann
    Participant

    that was an issue with an older version of IE. they implemented it to work in IE 11.
    Thanks anyway! 🙂 Now the page looks quite nice I think.
    Have to optimize loading-speed now I guess…. :/

    #85886
    Andy
    Andy
    Keymaster

    Have you tried WP Fastest Cache.

    The combo I use for the demo site is WP Supercache and Autoptimize – WP Fastest Cache gets great results out of the box and WP Supercache and Autoptimize can achieve better but requires a playing with the options.

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