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I'm using the Magazine Mobile Response Theme and the Horizontal navbars background go completely across the website. I'd like to fix the width equal to the website and not have the color going beyond the site itself.
But I'm stumped and can't figure out how to do that. Any ideas?
Hi - You can limit the width of the nav (and subnav) by using "max-width" and then centering (margin: 0 auto;) the element.
SO... (working from the SudioPress demo site) this:
could be changed to this:
margin: 0 auto;
Jeni, my apologies for not leaving a link and thank you.
Aaron, that took care of it, thank you very much for your time.
All the best,
I am having issues and no matter what I do, I can't seem to change the background of the primary navbar to background-color:#E7E3E0. A part of the navbar has changed color but there is a secion in the middle of the navbar that has turned white.
Can't figure out how to change the entire navbar to #E7E3E0 without changing the color of the secondary navbar. I have the secondary nav the color I want.
Anyone who can help with this I would appreciate it. I have worked on this for over 2 hours today and when I think I have it, I realize that I don't.
Here is a link to the site I am working with.
You can see what I am talking about for my navbar.
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