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  • #69627

    Hi, The Additional content is much further in than the menu is on the opposite side. Can the padding be adjusted?

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    #69628
    Kriti Sharma
    Kriti Sharma
    Keymaster

    Hi Brian,

    Hope you are doing great!

    I inspected your website in the Google Chrome browser and I didn’t see any additional content in the menu. Have you disabled it for the time being?

    And yes, you can adjust the padding by using custom CSS if you want to add/remove padding in the container.

    Kind regards,
    Kriti Sharma

    #69630

    Hi, Sorry, not Additional Content, but using Menu and Logo, and the logo is padded way further from the left than the Menu is from the right.

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    #69633
    Kriti Sharma
    Kriti Sharma
    Keymaster

    Hi,

    Please paste following CSS code in the WordPress admin panel. To do this, open Responsive Menu Settings -> Go to Advanced Tab -> Paste the code in Custom CSS section.

    @media screen and (min-width: 1001px){
    #responsive-menu-pro-container {
        position: fixed;
        top: 0;
        right: 55px;
    }
    }

    Hope this works for you. I am also attaching the screenshot which helps with the issue.

    Kind Regards,
    Kriti

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    #69635

    Excellent, thank you. Feature Request would be to have this configurable in the admin area. Thanks, this can be closed!

    #69636
    Kriti Sharma
    Kriti Sharma
    Keymaster

    Hi Brian,

    I am glad that you found it helpful. We will try to fix this in the next version release.

    Regards,
    Kriti

    #69646

    Is it possible to do a layout like this?

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    #69648
    Kriti Sharma
    Kriti Sharma
    Keymaster

    Hi Brian,

    The header design you mentioned in the screenshot can be done with the help of WordPress theme layout. You have to check with your theme whether it provides ‘Centered Logo and Split Navigation’.

    Thanks for reaching out to us again.

    Kind Regards,
    Kriti Sharma

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