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I'm trying to add a visitor/user menu above my content area but I'm not familiar with CSS enough to know what I'm doing wrong. I would like the new menu to be above the white part of my site to the right. I successfully added and registered the new third menu and assigned it but I don't know how to make it float on the right side. I also don't need it to add height since it will fit fine with the little head space that was previously there.
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I think I did? Haha I've been playing around with it to the point it looks good on a regular computer screen but I don't know how "responsive" it's going to be because I had to use position:absolute which probably isn't the most professional way to do it. Anyone have any other suggestions? That's the only way I know to get it to appear where I want it. Doesn't look very stylish 🙁 I'm still pretty new to this.
Anitac I think that's one of the tutorials I looked at but there's not positioning elements on the css part.
I think it will work for now anyways.
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