Issue with Menu

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  • #140634

    I’ve looked through the forum items and have seen suggestions for both of my issues.

    1 – There was some CSS advice for creating the word ‘Menu’ to sit next to the Hamburger. Unfortunately, when I entered the CSS, part of the coding came up on my site. I think it said FC09. Can someone please provide the correct coding for me ?

    2 – I also have seen several posts about deleting items from the menu, which always have a link to a support page for creating custom menus. Unfortunately, I cannot seem to work this out – because all the items on the menu are part on the ‘home page’ set up under a custom link, so I can not seem to see them separately in order to delete. I don’t need all of the items, just some of them to remain on the menu. At present, every single thing I’ve created for the home page appears on the menu, plus a contact item. How can I remove the things i don’t want please ?

    kind regards
    Amanda

    The blog I need help with is rascalstest.wordpress.com.

    #140751

    themetrust
    Theme Author

    1. Can you paster the code here that you are adding. That way I can see what you are doing wrong. Make sure to wrap the code in back tick marks.

    2. You can use the menu editor to create your menu how you want it: https://en.support.wordpress.com/menus/

    #140802

    Hi there,

    I got the code from an answer you posted in the forum. This is what I have put in my custom CSS section

    ‘.menu-toggle {
    width: 125px !important;
    }

    .menu-toggle:: before {
    content: “MENU \f0c9”;
    }’

    I have managed to sort point 2 – just need help with the above code. I do have a header image loaded in that area – if thats the issue ?

    Many thanks
    Amanda

    #141013

    themetrust
    Theme Author

    Looks like the problem was that you had some strange quotes around your content text. This is what it should be:

    
    .menu-toggle {
    width: 125px !important;
    }
    
    .menu-toggle::before {
    content: "MENU \f0c9";
    }
    

    Also just so you know for posting code here in the forum for future reference, the backpack mark is above the tab key on your keyboard.

    #141023

    Hi,

    Thanks for sending the new code. I’ve tried it exactly as you set out and I still get it saying

    MENU\f0c9

    ??

    Amanda.

    #141047

    themetrust
    Theme Author

    Try using just this:

    
    .menu-toggle::before {
    content: "MENU ";
    }
    
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