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    Hi there,

    I’m trying to figure out how to combine the Ribbon tutorial here on the site with the menu of my wordpress blog. I’m currently trying to personalize the theme I use. Its still in a early phase. In the meanwhile i’m trying to learn some more html and css.

    I understand the ribbon css, but my wordpress and specially php developing skills are not that high.

    The code that creates my menu is:

    'header', 'container' => '' ) ); ?>

    This gives me:

    What I don’t get is how to add the:
    to the menu, so I can start building the css.

    Anyone who could explain this to me?



    Hi Jonas, I know this is off topic but I visited your wordpress and I really liked the shadows at the bottom corners and on mouse over effect of each post borders. I am a just starting learning about css and html myself. Would you be willing to tell me how you did style those effects?

    Thank you very much.



    Hi Oolivia,

    I’m not shire how its done because its a theme I bought. I’m only trying to adjust my header and footer so haven’t looked at the rest of the code.
    As far as I can see it can be the css3 box-shadow argument.

    Anyone who can help me out with my problem?



    try using this menu code for wordpress
    ‘menu-header ribbon’, ‘theme_location’ => ‘primary’ ) ); ?>
    works fine for me

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