Sorry forgot about that one… the bad news is that because that is now getting into some major theme customization, this is not covered by theme support, so this one you will have to dig in and do it. I will be honest that it won’t be easy because whatever you put there is going to affect surrounding elements and their positions. You will need to be very comfortable in HTML and CSS coding by opening the header.php file (do this in a child theme) and figure out the code that is already there. Perhaps someone else in the forums will be able to help you out because I remember some have made custom changes like that.
I see. How about if I add menu options that lop to the next line, do you know how I can remove the link and just make the menu option text with no link? Silly questions but I am looking for flexible fix. Thanks
I don’t believe that will work for you. Ultimately you need to add a container above the nav container in the header.php file so you can put your text there, whatever it is you need there. If you also need to maintain responsiveness of the theme, then it gets even more complex.