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  • Code Metic

    (@noemermidagmailcom)

    I figure it. This is how will you do it,
    At your [theme location]/css/color/blue.css modify your blue.css line 15 change it to like this.

    #menu .ddsmoothmenu li {
        background: none;
    }

    🙂

    Code Metic, we’re nearly there mate. Can we get rid of the shadow under the nav bar?

    Code Metic

    (@noemermidagmailcom)

    Ok try this.

    [theme directory]/css/color/blue.css modify line 19 into:

    #menu .ddsmoothmenu li a {
        background: #16678F;
    }

    Note: That will only work if the menu has a label.
    Advice: If you have an I.T. personnel use theme, they could configure that problem. As of now i dont have a time for modifying your whole menu.

    Thanks for your help Code Metic. I’ll try this and either way I might leave it at that. I can’t get an answer from Inkthemes.

    Code Metric, thanks for your time, you solved half the problem. I’ll put the shadowing problem up for the forum.

    Code Metric, thanks for your time, you solved half the problem. I’ll put the shadowing problem up for the forum. I’ll close this now.

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