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  • #14442
    Thomas Engeroff
    Participant

    Hi,

    I have problems (= it is not working) switching the colour of the Main Menu Link in Encounters V 1.4.6.

    – I am working with a child theme (with some changes in the style.css) Switching the colour is not possible.
    – When changing back to the parent theme, the problem remains the same

    – In the other installations of Encounters (both 1.3.6) changing the colour was no problem (even with exactly the same changes in the child theme-style.css)

    Do you experienced other problems like this? I will attach the child theme-style.css.

    Thank you for your help… and a peaceful christmas.

    Kind Regards
    Tom
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    #18777
    Sushil Adhikari
    Moderator

    Hi Tom… are you not using any of the colour settings in the Theme Options (the customizer) for the menu and other items? If you go to the navigation tab, you have all your colour options.

    #18778
    Thomas Engeroff
    Participant

    Hi,

    of course I am using all the options in the Theme Options.

    I can change the colour of the Main Menu Link in the navigation tab, but on the website the change is not realized.

    I did the following:

    – On the child page I deleted the custom style.css
    – On the child page I changed the colour in the navigation tab (see screenshot). Result: Only the first Navigation item changed its colour.

    – I switched the whole project back to the parent theme.
    – I tried to change the colour of the Main Menu Link in the Navigation Tab -> no result on the page
    – Changing the colour of the “Main Menu Link Hover” is working (like all the other options)

    Actually WordPress 3.6.1 is installed.

    Do you need more information?

    Thanx + kind regards
    Tom
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    #18779
    Thomas Engeroff
    Participant

    Update: in meantime WordPress is updated to 3.7.1

    #18780
    Sushil Adhikari
    Moderator

    I believe I found the problem. In the style.css there is this batch of code:

    .nav-menu li a {
    	color: #e4e6eb;
    	display: block;
    	line-height: 1;
    	padding: 10px 12px;
    	text-decoration: none;
    }

    The color: #e4e6eb; needs to be removed. I will have to do this on an update but you can remove that from the core style.css around line 1961.

    Try that and see if that works. Also, for your “Home” link. Open that up in the menu manager and there should be a css field to add a class. If not, go to Screen Options at the top and enable the menu class setting. Then in the field, add: home

    That class “home” will match the “Home” menu link to the rest instead of being active when on the home page.

    #18781
    Thomas Engeroff
    Participant

    Super!

    It worked when deleting the colour!

    Are there differences between this version and the younger ones regarding the menu?

    Anyway: thank you from Germany
    Tom

    #18782
    Sushil Adhikari
    Moderator

    There shouldn’t be any differences other than anything that was done with the latter versions of bug fixes or addon features. Obviously I missed something. But, I am glad it works for you now.

    #18783
    Thomas Engeroff
    Participant

    Oops. Sorry:
    I discovered something else: when “hovering” over a menue-entry and sliding with the pointer to the submenue, the main menu entry disapears…(I think, the font is getting white)

    Unfortunately the site is under construction and during the day, the old homepage is live. If you want to have a look: I will let the new site open for the next hour from now on. (www.haus-am-schlossgarten.de)

    #14443
    Sushil Adhikari
    Moderator

    I didn’t do a very good job at testing…

    Line 1969, remove the color:

    .nav-menu li:hover > a,
    .nav-menu li a:hover {
    	color: #fff;
    }
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