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[resolved] Moving Navigation Bar Beside Logo & Removing Current Page Notice (3 posts)

  1. Eddie B
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    To begin, here is a link to a work-in-progress version of my site. I am using a custom modified version of the The Morning After theme.

    I've spent several hours learning how to modify things and have accomplished many of my goals. There are two things, however, that I simply haven't been able to figure out regardless of hours and hours spent surfing the web for answers.

    First off, I would like my navigation bar (Home, Films, Noise, etc.) to sit beside my logo (the RN). It should end up looking something like this. This means that the navigation bar will have to be a few spaces over to the right and/or the logo over a few spaces to the left.

    I should note the theme originally came with a search bar, which sits on the same horizontal line as my logo which is where I want my navigation menu to be. I have hidden this bar, since I have found that simply deleting it screws up the layout of the entire site.

    I just simply cannot figure out how to get my navigation bar and my logo on the same horizontal line. Any help is greatly appreciated.

    SECONDLY, and this is where knowing that I use The Morning After theme must come into play, I would like to get rid of the theme's element which displays the current page a visitor is on; i.e.:

    // home
    // film
    // noise

    Thanks in advance for any answers to either or both of these questions.

  2. Eddie B
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Update: I resolved the secondary problem. I still need help with the first, though.

  3. Eddie B
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    I resolved it. Thanks.

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