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I'm trying to figure out how to make the width that the primary nav changes to a responsive nav without changing the parent theme files. I'd like to do this in the child theme styles if possible. From what I've been reading this will be a media only screen but I cannot find anything to tell me specifically how to make this happen. I'm in going green pro child theme. I'm sure I'm just not searching on the right terms.
What I'm trying to do is make it change sooner than it does (larger) so when on a smaller screen the last 2 menu items don't flow down to a second line...and the menu changes to the responsive nav bar instead.http://plaqueminesparish.com/wp/
Thank you 🙂
Yes I know the nav is already mobile responsive.
What I’m trying to do is make it change sooner than it does (larger) so when on a smaller screen the last 2 menu items don’t flow down to a second line…and the menu changes to the responsive nav bar instead.
For instance, on a tablet we don't like that the last 2 menu items flow down to the second line.
Now that I read your question again, I think I misunderstood it the first time.
Change the text-align from center to left for .genesis-nav-menu .menu-item in your media query/
I really appreciate your help.
I want the primary nav to change to the responsive toggle bar nav at a wider width than it does now so when on a tablet you see the toggle bar nav.
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