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I'm using a header widget menu with Outreach pro and can't seem to get the hamburger menu to work. I've tried updating the code to a newer version. I think it has to do with using the header widget menu, but can't figure it out.http://www.joyfulwellbeing.com/
Accessibility isn't enabled for your theme either. Site owners are being sued these days for not having accessible sites: https://premium.wpmudev.org/blog/website-accessibility-ada/
All the Studio Press code related to the hamburger menu is loading and appears correct. It doesn't look like dashicons is loading. The hamburger menu is part of dashicons. Dashicons are built into WordPress. You should have a line in your functions.php file that reads wp_enqueue_style( 'dashicons' );. In my version of Outlook Pro, this is on line 32 contained in the outreach_load_scripts() function.
One other thing, Google has started notifying site owners that their sites will be flagged prominently as not-secure in Chrome V.60 if they don't have SSL enabled. I suggest you look into enabling SSL. It would be a shame to spend so much time building a beautiful site only to have people click away because they are warned the site is insecure.
Hi Victor -
I added wp_enqueue_style( 'dashicons' ) into the functions file and am still not seeing the hamburger menu. Any more ideas?
At this point, I suspect you have an error in your style sheet. I ran your style sheet through a validator and it is producing several parse errors that are preventing it from executing properly. Fixing coding errors in a style sheet can be painful. I would make a copy of the current style sheet and save it. Then I would start with a freshly downloaded style sheet to see if the menu displays. If it does, this proves you've got errors in your style sheet that need to be corrected.
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