July 21, 2014 at 10:51 am #115209
Hi all - any hints for the following? I have an Ubermenu in the header right widget - as well as a grafic image in the header.
In order to align the the menu with the bottom of the grafic I did some padding-top; everything about the menu works but the submenu does not show when pulled that far to the bottom of the header. As said, it works and shows when there is enough space after the main menu.
I tried to add "z-index:100" to several (Ubermenu) css classes and id´s, but I cant get it to work. Guess it is hidden because of some "wrappers" or "header" css instructions of the Genesis Sample Child but can not figure it out and by now I do not know where to look else.
I am fairly new to Genesis (using the Genesis Sample Child, both latest versions) and really got stuck. Any help is appreciated very much. Thanks!http://184.108.40.206/~paleoasi/wp/July 21, 2014 at 12:19 pm #115220JanHoekParticipant
Why you need an Ubermenu? You can do it all with the default genesis menu's
Hi, my name is Jan Hoek. Sure, they all say I have a big head, but I like to think it’s way too small for all my ideas.July 21, 2014 at 1:03 pm #115232
My intention is to have a full width menu with the formatting options that Ubermenu offers (submenu-items organized under columns and styles for the fonts used). Beside this, I think, I am able to place more menu-items in the same space in a more organized manner and optically more "intuitive"...
Sure, I am new to Genesis and don´t get everything good yet or do know how to handle it. Actually there are more technicall challanges I could not solve yet - like making a full page width header for example; this thing seems to work for everybody else and all the tuts about it out there claim to work.
So I hope this "justification" about my intention will be understandable and sufficient for those who also want to question it. Any solutions or hints about the initial question I´ve asked?
One more thing. I do not have to rely on Ubermenu if there is an alternative way of doing this in an easy way!
And thanks Jan, for letting me have your opinion!July 23, 2014 at 9:12 am #115520
Hello - searching the sevenspark-ubermenu instructions again, I found there mentioned that the Ubermenu depends on the (wordpress) themes container (full width, full viewport width and so on...).
Could anybody point me to any good information about the css styling and wrapping of the Genesis Sample Child theme where I could find answeres how to manage the task of displaying a full width Uber-sub-menu (or any alternative to manage this without the Ubermenu)?
I do have a plugin installed (GHookGuide) that shows me the hooks for Action, Filter and Markup. But when looking at the Markup hooks with the Firebug dev tools I can not figure out which div´s to tweak to get the appropriate results.
Also, for I am not fully understanding all css formating instructions and not sure which of ths G-Sample classes( id´s I have to use, I finally end up confused, not certain if I´ve overseen any div that "overrites" another.
Please be so kind and share any information where one could learn how to handle the Genesis Sample Child css structure and how to rearange it (optimally with some hand on examples)?
Thank you very much for reading - and I hope find some answeres here on the forum.
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