Open footer.php and move the element
<nav id="access">(the entire element up to
</nav><!-- #access -->) to header.php.
You’ll still have to do some styling tweaks to make it look good.
Hi Daniel….I used what was listed above and moved my menu to the top of the page (thanks for the help). I am new to wordpress and this is all a learning experience for me so I am not sure if this is possible but I was wondering if you could leave the menu on the bottom for the homepage (it looks much nicer lower there) and then move to the top for the remaining pages??? Also…is there code to make the background of the menu black and the writing white like the title of the page? I would like to have the menu stick out instead of the page topic…any help would be greatly appreciated!!!
Hi Daniel, first of all thank you for a fantastic Theme! I wonder if you could help me out? I’ve moved the menu to the top, I’m using a custom menu which links to pages, and I have many child pages. Is there a way to get the roll over to drop down rather then up? Thank you.
Thank you I was able to move my menu to the top thanks so much for your answer, all I need now is to figure out how to make a drop down menu http://ec2-107-22-68-106.compute-1.amazonaws.com/pressCMS/wordpress/
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