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I feel dirty menu (7 posts)

  1. bmasterflash
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    Does anyone know how to put a menu in the header using the "I feel Dirty" Theme? It looks like in the stylesheet there is a place to add a menu. I took away the comment brackets, but I am still having trouble. I'm sure it is something simple that I am overlooking. Thank you for you help.

  2. Michael Bishop

    Posted 7 years ago #

    With hundreds, if not thousands of themes, a link is needed for such if you want someone to help who doesn't know that theme by name.

  3. DesignPastor
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    bmasterflash ... i really like that theme too .. real destructive and grungy ... i hope someone who is more experienced will be able to help you out and i would not mind learning to do this with this theme too ..

    miklb - here are links for you to refer to ..

    http://themes.wordpress.net/columns/2-columns/668/i-feel-dirty-10/

    http://themes.wordpress.net/testrun/?wptheme=668

  4. Michael Bishop

    Posted 7 years ago #

    Could you not simply create a new div below the head2 div inside the header div? You would need to adjust the height of the header div to accomodate the nav bar of course.

  5. bmasterflash
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    This is a section from the style.css I tried removing the comment brackets but that didn't do anything. Any thoughts about what else needs to be done?

    <!-- Added menu ------------------------------------------------------------------

    /*- Main Menu in Header */

    ul.menu {

    margin: 0;

    padding: 0;

    position: absolute;

    bottom: 0;

    left: 20px;

    width: 90%;

    }

    ul.menu li {

    display: inline;

    margin: 0;

    }

    ul.menu,

    ul.menu li a {

    padding: 5px 15px 6px;

    }

    ul.menu li a {

    font: 1em Verdana, Helvetica, Arial, Sans-Serif;

    color: #333333;

    margin: 0;

    background: #cccccc;

    }

    ul.menu li a:hover {

    background: #999999;

    color: #eee !important;

    text-decoration: none;

    }

    ul.menu li.current_page_item a,

    ul.menu li.current_page_item a:hover {

    color: #333333 !important;

    background: #cccccc;

    text-decoration: none;

    }

    .admintab {

    position: absolute;

    right: 0px;

    /*_padding: 5px 15px 6px;*/ /* IE hack */

    }

    * html .admintab { padding: 5px 15px 6px } /* IE hack */

    a img,:link img,:visited img { border:none }

    END of Added Menu ------------------------------------------------------------- -->

  6. Michael Bishop

    Posted 7 years ago #

    The comment brackets in the style sheet won't change anything, it simply is a marker. I'm sure that's style for the sidebar list.

    I've already answered your question. If you don't understand it, please ask specifically about the reply.

  7. bmasterflash
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    The fact that the comment brackets surround the entire code lead me to believe that they were not a marker, but rather this was extra code that could be implemented by removing the comment brackets. Also there is a comment that is a marker at the top of this section of code that labels this code "Main Menu in Header" further leading me to believe that this code would be to create a main menu in the header. I do understand that it may be possible to add a new div to the header code, but if there is already a way to include code that fits in with the theme in a way better than I could make then I would be very interested in learning the few simples steps to unlock said feature. Thank you for your help so far and please pardon my ignorance.

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