In your Minimatica themes files, go into your footer.php and cut the following:
<nav id=”access” role=”navigation”><?php wp_nav_menu( array( ‘theme_location’ => ‘primary_nav’, ‘container_id’ => ‘primary-nav’, ‘container_class’ => ‘nav’, ‘fallback_cb’ => ‘minimatica_nav_menu’ ) ); ?></nav>
Now go into your header.php and paste it into there, right at the end (so it will go under your logo/tagline.
It’s not recommended to make changes to theme files — you should only do those kinds of changes in a Child Theme. If you change theme files, your changes will be overwritten and lost when the theme is updated.
Of course you´re right! I routinely, automatically create child themes with most themes, so I didn´t even think about that, good point!
Unless you know how to create a child theme, then best to leave it alone, I´m afraid. 🙁
Yep :). And your help is much appreciated – it’s easy to assume people know better and then it’s really a drag when they come back and say “I lost all this work and someone here told me to do it that way.” Nice cat pic BTW – I’m a cat person too.
Yes, I would hate if someone lost their work because of *me* of course, but that´s where people like *you* come in, to help out, hehe.
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