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I'm currently working with the Agency Pro theme on a local server and I made some pretty heavy CSS modifications to a menu placed on the Primary Navigation Menu location. I was using the Demo Site content provided by Genesis to help me see how the styling would affect menus, submenus, and so on.
Once I was done, I deleted that Demo Site menu and created my own. I refreshed my page and the entire menu seemed to have lost some styling dealing with its location. The menu is supposed to be on the far right at the top, but it has now jumped to the far left under the header-image. A lot of the styling has remained, but it's like something may have happened to the menu's display property because it has jumped to new line.
I tried deleting some menu items to see if maybe the menu had too many items to fit at the top location, but that didn't change anything. I also tried renaming the new menu identically to the old menu I had deleted, but that didn't change anything either.
Thank you for the help.
Thank you for responding Victor Font. Unfortunately, I haven't migrated to a staging environment. I'll do that in just a second and post a link as soon as I'm finished.
Your menu is assigned to the primary navigation position. It appears in the correct position for the primary navigation. If you want on the right, remove it from primary navigation and add it as a custom menu in the header right widget area. http://my.studiopress.com/setup/agency-pro-theme/genesis-theme-settings/how-to-configure-the-navigation-menus/
This worked perfectly. Thank you, Victor Font.
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