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Please can anyone help with a submenu issue.
I have a lot going on with my mums health and my heads a bit of a whirl so this could be a simple fix - so apologies in advance!
I have added 6 submenu pages under "Galleries" and want these only to show when hovering over "Galleries"
Had to change the location of the typical menu for this one, so customised the theme slightly, so probably missing something here with the submenu?
Any help very greatly appreciated and thank you very much in advance!
Looks like that template is not coded for submenus. You'd have to find a studeopress template that is coded for submenus and merge that code into your stylesheet
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Thanks for the update really appreciate it!
I moved the custom right menu and declared a new widget to allow me to add in the logo and menu.
The styles are still there for the menu and submenu as per the theme stylesheet, so just wondering if the new widget area I declared needs to also be in the stylesheet.
Am I right in saying I need to add the class of the widget to the nav menu styles in order for the submenu to work properly??
If so, please can anyone help as I can't get it to work 🙁
Amended the menu for now as not to have any sub menu items, so any help anyone can give me with the correct class to code will help and I can test it.
Thanks for your help!!!!
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