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  • Hi! I am VERY new to WordPress so I apologize for my question and if is easy to most of you but hopefully someone can help quickly as I would be SO appreciative!

    My site above, I’m hearing that when people are on their mobile devices, they are having trouble finding the drop down submenus because the little arrow to click them on the right is too small. Is there any way I can have it drop down with just a click on the word and not the tiny arrow?

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • This is pretty messy in how its done but it should work. Add this to Appearance->Customize->Additional CSS

    #primary-menu .menu-item > span  {
    	margin-left: -50px;
    	width: 160px;
    	text-align: right;
    #primary-menu .menu-item > {
    	text-align: left;
    .main-navigation ul li:hover>a {
    	color: black;

    It also fixes the issue of the main menu item disappearing instead of showing as black.

    IT WORKED! YOU ARE A GENIUS! Thank you so so so much!

    Since I have you here, may I ask some additional questions?

    Can I alter the bottom footnote that says “Developed by Blossom Themes. Powered by WordPress”???

    Also, on Mobile, my Menu shows a drop down icon (3 small lines) but Is there any way we can make it say “MENU with the 3 small lines” so that visitors know to click there? That color is also different than the colors I’m using/shown on the desktop site, I’m unsure why

    THANK YOU (in advance)!

    Hi. You might be able to alter that in the footer, looking further into it, you aren’t using TwentyNineteen which is the theme forum you posted in.

    The theme you’re using is downloaded from BlossomThemes:

    So you may want to try contacting their support there to see if both of those adjustments you want made are possible as they would be more familiar with the theme setup and what not.

    Sorry about that. As I said, new here! Thanks for your help! 🙂

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