My website is coming along really well and now I’m just adding the finishing touches.
I have 4 more main pages I need to add, but adding them to the main menu looks really bad as it causes the menu to appear on two lines and thus overlap the image below. So, I’d like to be able to show a secondary menu in the area beneath my banner image, meaning the light green strip directly above the page/blog contents. Is this possible and if so, how?
Unfortunately, not without doing extensive coding. The only way is to get creative with the existing menu and find a way to get the extra menu items on it, or a way to create parent items with sub menus. You might be able to squeeze in some more room by adjusting the padding (or margin) spacing between the menu items. You could also increase the height of the #nav-wrapper and allow the second row to continue without overlapping.
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