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  • My site is valeriejefferies.com

    WPyogi
    Forum Moderator

    @wpyogi

    That’s certainly unfortunate – but as you probably know commercial themes aren’t supported here, and the bigger issues about the developer and TF are really quite outside the scope of these forums.

    That said, as to the CSS, see if adding this works:

    #main_menu {
        display: table;
        float: none;
        margin: 20px auto;
    }
    
    #custom_logo img {
       width: 100%;
    }

    Thank you so much! You rock! That’s the nearest I’ve got to getting those elements sorted all week! The logo now reduces now which is great.

    It’s moved the menu, but it looks to be slightly right of centre? Just wondered if that is because of the width of my logo? Or the margin in the css above? (Just that it looks to be more than 20px out?)

    Also the social icons have budged down from the top right by about an inch. Just wondering if you’d know where I would adjust those? I assume that there is some margin measurement somewhere or padding affecting that?

    Thanks for helping.

    When I reduce my browser it takes a while before the logo reduces and the other elements, and in the meantime the menu actually goes to two lines instead of one, which I’m thinking is due to another file somewhere. One specifically for the responsive elements.

    I’m just wondering if there is anyway to actually make the elements transition down in a more refined or graceful way than is currently shown and if so, which file I would look in.

    Sorry I was kind of hoping by the above post you were familiar with this template.

    WPyogi
    Forum Moderator

    @wpyogi

    Sorry I was kind of hoping by the above post you were familiar with this template.

    Sorry, I’m not. I just used Firebug to look at the CSS. Since commercial themes are not freely available (one reason they are not supported here), most people here aren’t familiar with them. It’s quite likely all of the changes you want ARE possible – a browser tool like Firebug should help you identify the CSS you need to change, or you could also try asking on a CSS forum like

    http://csscreator.com

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