Search in Menu

Search in Menu

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    Search in Menu

    EQArtimus
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    Specifically, I want to remove the Search from the menu and free up the space it took.

    I saw the answer for this in pro section, but could you tell me how to do it with the lite version?

    Is there a simple way to do this?

    Thanks in advance.

    If I can get a few things working here — and if upgrading to pro is fairly easy, I will be updating soon enough. I like the look of template for mix business/blog purposes.

    David

    #9548
    Reply to: Search in Menu

    EQArtimus
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    Oh my goodness .. I pasted

    #nav-search { display: none; } #navbar > .menu-container { width: 100%; }

    Into the CSS and it worked!

    Looks friggin awesome!!!

    #9549
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    EQArtimus
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    The menu runs to two lines in Firefox — looks great in Chrome. Any ideas?

    #9551
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    iceable
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    Hello, can you please post a link to your site so I can have a look and give you a better answer?
    Firefox sometimes renders slightly differently from chrome but there’s always a way to adjust it with a custom css patch.
    (Feel free to check the “set as private reply” box when replying if you don’t want to post your link publicly).

    #9573
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    EQArtimus
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    #9584
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    I see, your menu is almost perfectly the size of the navbar, but firefox renders each item slightly larger so they don’t fit. What you can do is reduce the padding by one px (24 instead of 25) for firefox only with the following code:

    @-moz-document url-prefix() { #navbar ul li { padding: 0 24px; } }

    You can add it to style.css to test it, but since this file will be overwritten every time you update the theme, the most recommended way is to use a Custom CSS plugin such as https://wordpress.org/plugins/simple-custom-css/

    #9622
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    EQArtimus
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    How hard will it be to upgrade to pro-version? I am not super technical. Will I need to use FTP to do it, or is there an automated way much like choosing my Theme in the first place?

    #9625
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    Upgrading to the pro version is as easy as installing a new theme and you don’t need to use FTP (although FTP is an option).

    The only difference is that upon purchase you first download the theme to your computer, and then in WordPress you select it from your computer to be uploaded (so basically that’s just one more click then selecting a free theme from the dashboard!).

    From the documentation:

    Option #1: Installing via your WordPress admin panel

    • Download the theme .zip file from your member area.
    • Login to your WordPress admin panel and go to Appearance > Themes > Install Themes > Upload
    • Select the theme .zip file from your hard drive and click “Install Now”
    • WordPress will automatically upload and install the theme within a few seconds. Once done, click “Activate”
    • Your theme is now installed and activated on your site, and you will be redirected directly to the theme settings panel

    For those who prefer to use FTP for any reason, this is also an option:

    Option #2: Installing via FTP

    • Download the theme .zip file from your member area.
    • Unzip the theme in on your hard drive. You should now have the theme unzip in a folder.
    • Login to your site’s FTP account via your favorite FTP client and go to [your site home dir]/wp-content/themes/
    • Upload the theme folder in “wp-content/themes/” on your server
    • Now login to your WordPress admin panel and go to Appearance > Themes
    • You should see your theme among the other themes installed on your site
    • Click “Activate”
    • Your theme is now installed and activated on your site, and you will be redirected directly to the theme settings panel
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