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  • maybe “see” is the wrong word…I don’t know how much I should put into my footer.php so that it matches my static site design.

    I’ve declared my footer nav, told php where to insert it, then built my other bits such as copyright line. Menu’s there but doesn’t conform to the inline-block structure I built it to.

    I am using my header.php as a guide, in a sense, as to how and what to put in..so maybe something else is broken.

    Thank you for any clues..WP site is: http://www.coffeeonmars.com/W170/client/?page_id=28

    static site is: http://www.coffeeonmars.com/W170/static-final/

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  • Moderator stephencottontail

    (@stephencottontail)

    On the static site, your footer menu is wrapped in <nav id="footer-menu">, but on your WordPress site, your footer menu is wrapped in <div class="menu">. If you change it from <div class="menu"> to <div id="footer-menu">, your site will look correct.

    sorry..where do you see this div <div class=”menu”> ?

    Moderator stephencottontail

    (@stephencottontail)

    It’s right after these line:

    <a href="http://www.coffeeonmars.com/W170/client/?page_id=28">
    <!--now make/show nav menu -->
    </a>

    and right above:

    <div id="main-blurb">

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