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I'm relatively new to Genesis, and I'm trying to learn how to create a child theme using the Genesis Sample Theme. I've made a few customizations, but I can't figure out how to get the navigation items in my custom menu in the header right section to line up with my site title and description. The site is local on my machine so I can't share a URL, but I've included a link to a screenshot.
Any help/tips/code you can provide is sincerely appreciated - thanks!
I'd try some negative margin. Something like this:
That worked, Brad. Thanks. But I'm curious as to why it would have happened in the first place when the menu is lined up with the title/description by default in the theme.
It's hard to say without looking at the code. My best guess is the header image you've added is wider than the demo and pushed into the menu area moving it to the next line.
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