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I need some help with a very strange problem. My primary nav menu is suddenly just a bullet point list. But I didn't make any changes that I can find that would mess with the code. I have been over the code line by line and I don't see any difference between my customized child theme and the original that would cause this to happen.
But Firebug may have found the problem--somehow, the code stopped being called up. Firebug IS showing the .genesis-nav-menu code on a subdomain (I created one & installed everything just to try to figure this thing out) but is NOT showing the same code when I inspect the same menu on the site I'm working on.
Just tried that. Cleared cache, but no change to the menu. Thanks, anyway!
There are no JS or jQuery errors on the page, so it has to be either a plugin conflict or a CSS issue. As long as caching is active, though, it will be very difficult to tell what's happening. Please update if you find the problem - I'd be interested to know what was causing it not to see the nav classes correctly.
I had to start over, essentially. Really frustrating. Must have been a CSS issue, but I couldn't find what it was, specifically, so I just customized the child theme allll over again.
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