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  • Hi there,

    I’m afraid I don’t understand the question.

    Please can you provide a URL and an exact description of the issue.

    Also, have you read through the docs below as all the options are covered there:

    http://responsive.menu/docs

    All the best

    Peter

    Thread Starter Miqser

    (@miqser)

    Hi,
    Thanks for answering.
    The web is not active yet, so I can not provide the URL.

    Menu is by default attached to the top. I want to bring the menu down.
    For example, the menu is
    HOME
    ABOUT US
    CONTACT
    I want to increase the space between top of the page and HOME.

    Hi there,

    It’s difficult without something to look at as I can’t see your code etc. but I imagine you can simply add a top margin to the container element?

    #responsive-menu-container {
       margin-top: 50px;
    }

    Peter

    Thread Starter Miqser

    (@miqser)

    Nope. Sorry, possibly the solution is so simple that my doubt does not seem to make any sense. Thank you for your patience.
    I just want to create a space between the top of the page and the text of the menu itself, not a space with the container.
    Meaning, I don’t want HOME (my first link in the menu) to appear totally stuck to the top, but after a space down.

    Hi there,

    In that case you can simply change my CSS above to fit the wrapper element instead. The below should work:

    #responsive-menu-container #responsive-menu-wrapper {
       padding-top: 50px;
    }

    Please let me know if that is what you are looking for.

    Peter

    Thread Starter Miqser

    (@miqser)

    That’s exactly what I meant. Thank you!
    Now it appears a line right over the menu, but you can remove it by setting border width to 0.
    Thank you so much!

    Hi there,

    Perfect and glad it is working for you now 🙂

    Have a great day

    Peter

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