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I see this is an old post and I also see that your menu still hasnt been solved, (or has it?) I have just purchased Education and the menu tabs you talk of is simple really.
Create a custom menu and call it header nav, (or anything that you want)
Got to the widgets menu and add the custom menu to the header widget.
That's the easy bit, now you need to use CSS to make it look like the demo.
I'm about to style mine the same way, so I'll post back here soon with what styles to add.
Unless you dont need it any more
If you follow the above post the CSS is already styled so it works as per the demo.
@surfpeople Thanks, Lee, for caring so much to write me. Deeply appreciated.
Believe me, I've tried everything. I must have a plugin in conflict with something here because I never could get those tabs to work - and they LOOK great!
But... on a smartphone, they may not be the best way to go. So... I've stuck with a standard menu because being responsive and looking good on a smartphone (and tablets) is real important to me.
You're terrific to write. Thanks so much!
PS: And Oh.... since "normal mortals" don't know how to code and don't want to bother with CSS, I always look for a solution that doesn't require it. It still amazes me that StudioPress and Genesis can be as successful as it is with so many twists and turns required. Have us use widgets: yes. Have us code and edit code: sure doesn't sit well with me.
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