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1. I want to remove the word 'Menu' from the responsive menu. I just want that the hamburger should show. I am not able to find the way to achieve this functionality.
2. I want that the header image should be on the extreme left and the responsive menu on the extreme right of the page. But I am facing difficulty pushing the responsive menu to the right. Between 500px and 1022px, advice how to align menu to the right.
I am using
.site-header .wrap. I have used
align-content: flex-start on
align-content: flex-end on .header-widget-area.
But .header-widget-area does not align to the right.
The 'Menu' is from the script localization in functions.php. Look in this file around line 44 for the output_array. Delete the word menu, but leave the empty quote marks.
$output = array( 'mainMenu' => __( 'Menu', 'genesis-sample' ), 'subMenu' => __( 'Menu', 'genesis-sample' ), );
$output = array( 'mainMenu' => __( '', 'genesis-sample' ), 'subMenu' => __( '', 'genesis-sample' ), );
For your second question, the width of .header-widget-area is too small to reach the far right side of the screen. You have to make the width larger that 20%. You'll have to experiment to find the optimal width.
Also add float: right to #nav_menu-2. If the CSS doesn't exit, then create it.
That solved the problem.
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