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  • #16243
    Daniel Tveit
    Member

    Hi.

    First of all: Love the theme!

    But I have two problems with the primary navigation menu.

    1. When i set the header style to “Header Style 2” i can’t change the “Menu Hover Background” color. I can change it when i’m in “Header Style 1”.
    2. I can’t see any difference when changing the “Primary Navigation Style” 1 through 5.

    Thanks for any help! 🙂

    [hide]My webpage[/hide]

    #21420
    Shekhar Bhandari
    Participant

    Hi Daniel,

    It seems there is bug in the menu hover background customizer, we will be updating the theme soon, till then can you provide us the ftp details of your site so we could make that fix in your part.

    and regarding the primary navigation style, the style only works when the header style is set to 1

    Do have a question if you have any?

    Thanks

    #22205
    Ellen
    Participant

    Is this still an issue?
    I’m not able to see a difference in any of the Navigation styles
    When in Header Style 2 I can’t change the background
    Menu Hover background isn’t changing either.

    Using v 1.1.0

    #22208
    Binaya D
    Participant

    Hi Ellen,

    Thank you for contacting Styled Themes Support.

    It seems like you are using an outdated version of the theme, so we request you to update the theme to the latest version and let us know if the problem still exists?

    You can view this link for updating process: https://www.styledthemes.com/wordpress-tutorials/410-installing-updating-themes

    Note: Please take a backup of your site before proceeding. Normally we use duplicator plugin to make a backup. https://wordpress.org/plugins/duplicator/.

    Here is the video tutorials how to use duplicator and save it to your local computer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VdvOGV2eIjE

    Thanks

    #22212
    Ellen
    Participant

    Thanks for the response. That didn’t fix it. Specifically Header 2 style the menu hover background does not change when modified in Customize.

    #22214
    Sushil Adhikari
    Moderator

    Hi Ellen,

    We have found bug in our theme, we will surely fix this issue on our next update, for now please use following css to fix your issue:

    ul.navmenu2 > li > a:hover {
    	background-color: #EAEAEA !important;
    }

    Note: Please use child theme to add this css, otherwise your changes will be lost on theme update.

    Thanks

    #22221
    Ellen
    Participant

    Thanks, but that doesn’t really fix it. It seems to be a hover issue across the board. Button hover doesn’t work either when colors are changed. I look forward to the next update.

    #22222
    Ellen
    Participant

    Oops, I spoke too soon. The menu change DOES work with the above css. Thanks. Buttons are still a problem, but no rush. I’ll wait for the update.

    #22223
    Sushil Adhikari
    Moderator

    Hi Ellen,

    Can you explain us on detail about the problems on buttons ?

    Thanks

    #22228
    Ellen
    Participant

    Here is a website I’m using the theme on: http://www.milwaukeeconcours.com/

    If you hover over the secondary drop down navigation on the main menu you will see the blue from the original theme is still showing. Also, the buttons when you hover still show the blue, no matter what color I change it to in the Customize menu or in the child theme editor. No matter what button I choose I can’t control the color on hover.

    #22231
    Sushil Adhikari
    Moderator

    Hi Ellen,

    To change blue background color of secondary drop down navigation while hovering to main menu, please use this css to fix your issue.

    ul.navmenu > li:hover > a { 
    	background-color: #970e01;
    }

    To change button background color on hover , please use this css.

    .btn2:hover, 
    .btn2:focus, 
    .btn2 a:hover, 
    .btn2 a:focus, 
    .btn2 a:visited {
    color:  #fff !important;
    background-color: #970e01 !important;
    }

    Note: please use child theme[style.css] to add this above css, otherwise your changes will be lost on theme update.

    #22232
    Ellen
    Participant

    Great, thanks.

    #16244
    Binaya D
    Participant

    Hi Ellen,

    You are welcome, and if you face any problem in future, then please let us know we are happy to provide solution asap.

    Thanks

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