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I've increased the header height to accommodate my client's logo in both the css and the functions.php.
However, I want to use the PRIMARY NAV and it appears that the new header size is overlapping the PRIMARY NAV settings. Roll over the thin black line to see a narrow roll over effect.
I've activated the menu on all settings (primary, header, and secondary) just for troubleshooting.
Is there a PADDING or MARGIN setting on the Primary nav that I need to change? I set the header back to 60px height everywhere to test, and the primary nav appeared correctly, but of course, my logo was cut off.
Thank you in advance for any help.http://westseattlewordpress.com/mightyo/
As far as I can see, you've only got the Header Right menu activated. Check again and once it's live, post here again. I'll get a notification you've replied and I'll take another look.
I have a feeling I know what it is, but I'd rather just double check.
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