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  • Resolved marieteather


    Hi, I am refering to the option in my menu called ‘Who are you?’

    1) I cannot get this to be in alignment with the other items in the menu. It is too high. This is the code I used: a
    line-height: 1.3;
    width: 80px;

    How can I make it in alignment?

    2) There are three sub headers to this item. I can see an arrow indicating this but when you click, the sub headers don’t show.

    Can anyone help me understand why they don’t show, please.


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  • Moderator Jose Castaneda




    1: There seems to be an overflow that is causing that.

    .nav-menu ul li {
      overflow: hidden;

    Removing that fixes the alignment.

    2. What do you mean by sub-headers?

    [edit] I removed the bump thread as that is against the forum guidelines.

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    • This reply was modified 1 year, 3 months ago by Jose Castaneda. Reason: removed bump reply

    Apologies, I didn’t realise we couldn’t bump. Thanks for removing it.

    Also, my bad for writing subheaders. I meant submenus.

    I have set up three sub menus but they are not displaying. I can only see the small arrow next to the words ‘who are you?’ suggesting the submenus are there – but they are not

    Any ideas why I cant see them?


    Sorry but I added the overflow code and nothing changed..

    Moderator Jose Castaneda



    The reason it is being caused is because of that. What you need to do is remove that.

    Though taking a look right now I’m not seeing that menu item

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