Support » Theme: Bushwick » Reposition Home; Hide expandable menu; disable mobile site

  • Resolved coliverodonnell

    (@coliverodonnell)


    I’m an absolute beginner and have just created a site for myself with the Bushwick theme: coliverodonnell.com

    I’d like to make 3 changes to the design of my site and I’m hoping that users here can help me.

    1). Reposition the current “About” menu/link in the upper left so that it is displayed with the other menus to the right.

    2). Hide or disable the current expandable menu in the upper right.

    3). Disable the mobile and tablet views of the site. I feel that the website is simple enough that it can be navigated easily on a phone or tablet with the desktop view. And I don’t like how the mobile and tablet views change the design of the site.

    Thanks in advance for your help!

Viewing 2 replies - 1 through 2 (of 2 total)
  • Thread Starter coliverodonnell

    (@coliverodonnell)

    Nevermind! I just changed to a simpler theme to resolve the issues.

    Hi @coliverodonnell,

    I’m glad that switching to a different theme resolved some of your issues here.

    As an extra note: I noticed that your site is hosted over at WordPress.com while this forum is intended for folk who are hosted elsewhere and running on the free software available here at WordPress.org.

    The difference between the two types of WordPress (WordPress.com and WordPress.org) is a common and understandable point of confusion. If you’re unsure of the differences, then this guide gives a good overview.

    As you’re on a paid plan over at WordPress.com, the contact form is the best place for you to access private live chat support:

    https://wordpress.com/help/contact

    We also have a dedicated forum where staff and volunteers assist with CSS questions:

    https://en.forums.wordpress.com/forum/css-customization

    Hope that helps!

Viewing 2 replies - 1 through 2 (of 2 total)
  • The topic ‘Reposition Home; Hide expandable menu; disable mobile site’ is closed to new replies.