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Position menu bar

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Dear Support,

how do I center the menu/navigation bar?

I've created a child theme and I'm only able to set the menu bar to the right by adding these lines to the Stylesheet:

.nav li {
float: right;
}






Many Thanks!
Steffen

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Hello Steffen,

I am referring your query to development team. Please expect a response soon.

Kind Regards.

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Hello Steffen,

We are unable to reach your site. We are getting an error message: Sorry, This page is under maintenance.

Kind Regards.

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Hello Support,

sorry, I've accedently activated the maintenance mode.

The site is now reachable again.

Regards, Steffen

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Hello Steffen,

Try this:

1. Log into your site
2. Go to Appearance -> Theme Options -> Custom CSS
3. Copy/Paste/Save the following code

.primarymenu-section {width: 60%; text-align: center; margin: 0 20%;} .nav li {float: left}

Kind Regards.

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Hello Support,

I have an additional question to this Thread:

My menu-bar at the mobile version is always fully opened. I'd like to have it closed, so that you have to click of the "menu" button to open it. How can I do that?

The URL is still https://wanderlustbaby.de/
Regards, Steffen

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Hello Steffen,

We are testing your site and will reply soon.

Kind Regards.

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Hello Steffen,

Just try disabling Smart Countdown plugin and check again.

Kind Regards.

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Works perfect! Thank you so much!

Do you know why the menu bar acts like this, when the "Smart Countdown" plugin is enabled?

Btw: Great and fast support! (y)

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Hello Steffen,

There is a CSS class called clearfix used in most themes. Almost all themes use their own version of clearfix and other plugins either use them or have their own version with a different name such as clearfix2. The plugin in question has its own version of clearfix which was in conflict with our theme, that is why deactivating the plugin solved the issue.

Kind Regards.

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