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  • I would like to remove the submenu arrow for two subcategories under Adventures. Also, the Destination submenu has an additional layer that is not visible on the home page but when I place it in the widget all items are visible. Can you please assist? Thank You!

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  • Theme Author Shaped Pixels

    (@shaped-pixels)

    Hello jiavhannie,

    Please try by adding the following css inside the additional css section of your customizer;

    ul#primary-menu li.menu-item-574:hover:after,ul#primary-menu li.menu-item-573:hover:after,ul#primary-menu li.menu-item-572:hover:after{
        display: none;
    }

    Let us know if it is what you meant.

    Regarding the destination submenu, we don’t find any section. if you can show us what you’ve mentioned above it’d be easier for us to track the issue and provide you appropriate solution.

    Hope you are clear.

    Thanks!

    Hi! Thank you so much, that helped with the arrows.

    I was unable to attach a screen shot.

    When you navigate to my page and select the 3 lines for the sidebar with the widgets, there I have added the primary menu.

    Under Adventures>Destinations there is Costa Rica and Bermuda as a subcategory to Destination. However when you do the same on the home page under Adventures>Destinations> there is no Costa Rica or Bermuda as a third level like it should be.

    I hope that helps provide some explanation to what is happening. Again, thank you for helping with the arrows.

    JB

    Theme Author Shaped Pixels

    (@shaped-pixels)

    Hello jiavhannie,

    In that case you need to customize theme’s header.php file. Proceed only if you are familiar with the theme files and confident of modifying the code.
    Always use child theme while modifying any theme file/s so that changes won’t lost upon further theme update. for instance;
    1. Copy your header.php file to your child theme
    2. Change the value of depth parameter from 2 to 3 or 0 for displaying the nav menu for instance; here you can make the change inside; wp_nav_menu( array( 'theme_location' => 'header-menu', 'menu_id' => 'primary-menu', 'depth' => '2') );

    Note: You may need to reaarange the design for the modifications you make.

    Let us know.

    Thanks!

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