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I inserted a custom menu and the styling is most definitely NOT what I want. It's a vertical bulleted list.
I'm trying to create a "utility" navigation menu above the header. I was able to get the utility bar onto the page thanks to Andrea pointing me to the Carrie Dills post. I created a test menu with just 2 items - Login/Logout and Contact. I inserted the menu via the Custom Menu Widget. but it looks like this: http://screencast.com/t/nfK1L7rZ.
How can I get it looking like a nav bar - lined up horizontally with no bullets?
Oh, I just did that on my site using Lifestyle. Email me on my site and I'll send you what I did since your site isn't live yet.
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Thanks Anita - done:).
I'm having the same problem. I have a unique menu for the landing page. I've tried a few things:
1) Create a custom menu, place it into the Welcome widget, but I can't isolate the selectors for it in Firebug to style it in the CSS.
2) Create a custom menu and assign it to the secondary menu. I can't figure out how to reposition it underneath a tagline in the content area.
still scratching my head.... help would be greatly appreciated! thanks!
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