I rarely run across this issue, so I’m not really sure how to deal with it. I’m using the Genesis framework for a concept site, and am having trouble with the secondary “ul” (dropdown) of an “li” element.
The dropdown element has acquired the height value from the parent anchor before it. I cannot for the life of me figure out how to clear it from there. I attempted to set the height of the dropdown to “auto” with the “!important” tag, but it didn’t work.
You can see form the css that I have it how I want it width wise, I just can’t figure out the height thing.
Any help is appreciated. And if my problem lies elsewhere, please let me know.
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@psionicsin, it’s in your css as .menu-primary a, #header .menu a I added the rule .sub-menu a and I’m sorry, it’s the min-height that you need to change, not height..it’s pulling min-height:55px; from the parent element
Ok I see what you mean now. How’d I even miss that lol?
I use Chrome to develop while viewing the changes in Safari and for some reason Safari wasn’t displaying the changes. And Safari on my iPad isn’t showing the changes either.
BTW speaking of iPad…would you happen to know why my iPad isn’t displaying the whole site upon loading? It’s almost like it’s zoomed in 100% and only up to the “R” in “References” in the nav menu is displayed. After that I have to scroll over to see the rest. Odd behavior seeing as how usually an iPad hows a 100% zoomed out view of the whole site.
Thanks for that, but sadly I don’t think that can apply to be. The Genesis Framework, while great, is very hard to customize as it depends greatly on hooks instead of letting users just copy and paste the original themes PHP files for alterations. (which then begs the questions on why it’s called an artist friendly framework lol??)