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  • I am using MyEasyInstall theme on one of my site:

    It initially was displaying the menu items in the top navigation menu correctly; but when I set the homepage to be a static page, the navigation menu ceased to display the menu items. Can anyone tell how to bring them back ?

    Also, is there any way to shift the navigation menu below header instead of above it ?
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    I could not find “MyEasyInstall theme” in WP free theme directory.

    You may want to contact the theme vendor.

    I could not make the navigation menu to work.

    to position the navigation menu under the heading you find the next block of code:

    <div class="theme-nav">
      <div class="l"></div>
      <div class="r"></div>
      <ul class="theme-menu">
        <?php echo $menu_items; ?>

    and place it below this block of code:

    <div class="theme-header">
        <div class="theme-header-jpeg"></div>
        <div class="theme-logo">
        <h1 id="name-text" class="theme-logo-name">
                <a href="<?php echo $logo_url; ?>/"><?php echo $logo_name; ?></a></h1>
            <div id="slogan-text" class="theme-logo-text"><?php echo $logo_description; ?></div>

    searches all files that are in the template folder.

    sorry for my English, I use the google translator. I can read English, but do not write well.

    Thanks Shinjiru. It made the navigation menu under header, but it is still not showing the menu items. When I switch to ‘post page’ on homepage, then it shows menu items but in my case, It is set to a static homepage and so they are not showing up.

    As for now, I have inserted a text widget above the body to contain the navigation links, But I’d better like to make the actual navigation menu work. I hope you will try to solve it.

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