In the WordPress admin area, go to Appearance >> Menus >> Select your Menu >> Drag and drop them into the order you would like. You can position them so they are sub menu items there
Doesn’t work 🙂 Tried copying the complete primary menu to the top as well, got the complete primary menu looks, but still dropdown didn’t work….
Ok, cool – Thanks for this information. At the top of the Menu section there should a “Select a menu to edit:” option. Is there more than one menu?
Check out this YouTube vid, it may help (although it is a lot longer than it needs to be): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l1JLNni8rRw
If this all fails, can you please post a link to the site?
Neither of this works, both the top and primary menu are the same menu and have subpages.
The website is http://www.momentthatmatters.photos
Ok, yeah – I see. They are there, just hidden. The theme developer has actually hidden any sub sections of a top menu using css. You would have to get someone comfortable with css and php to do what you want to do. The 2 files that need editing are header.php and style.css
Apologies I couldn’t be more of a help.
I have the same issue and I would need some help. In the header.php and style.css what needs to be changed for this to work. Can someone provide with the script.
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