Scrollfix Main Menu too far to left

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  • #8967

    jennieleighholzer
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    Hi! I am having an issue with the scrollfix main menu and I’m hoping you can help me.

    I inserted a script to allow my image logo in the header to be much wider, which of course makes it wider in the scrollfix menu. Now the logo and the first item on the main menu overlap. The menu items really would look better moved over to the right anyway.

    Is there a way to move the menu items on the scrollfix menu bar over to the right so that it looks better and doesn’t overlap with my logo?

    Thank you!

    Jen

  • #8974

    Max
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  • #9010

    jennieleighholzer
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    Hi Maxxi, thanks for your reply! Unfortunately it did not work 🙁 Any other ideas?

    Also while we’re here, I have another question. My categories don’t show up with my post title. They used to, and I guess I tweaked a setting somewhere. How do I make the categories show up with my post title again?

    Thank you again for your help!

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    Jacob
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  • #9039

    jennieleighholzer
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    Hey Jacob! Thanks for your response! Unfortunately it didn’t work either. :/

    My site is actually lightlyliving.org. The others are old sites I am not using.

  • #9040

    jennieleighholzer
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    Nevermind! It worked! Just had to log out and log back in! Thank you so much Jacob!!

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    Jacob
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