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Corporate Extend Custom Menu Issue

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  • #3377
    Randy Rollins
    Participant

    Ayo!

    In the footer areas (1-4) I created a custom menu for each section, but under each title the links are off center? I took a screen shot of the problem, but how do I put it in this forum? ah! maybe my brain is leaking. Here’s a link to the page. http://0374cae.netsolhost.com/WordPress/ Thank you!!!

    #4424
    Randy Rollins
    Participant

    Also! I was curious if I can get rid of those dotted lines under each section and the little squares?

    #4425
    D5 Creation
    Keymaster

    Hello,

    We see that you are not using the latest version of Theme. Anyway you can fix this using the following code in the Custom Code within Head Area of CORPORATE Options.

    Code:
    <style>
    .widget .menu { float: none; }
    #footer-sidebar .widget li, #footer-sidebar .widget ul{ border: none; }
    </style>

    Thanks

    #4426
    Randy Rollins
    Participant

    Thank you! It got rid of the lines and aligned everything, but the symbols are still there. Is there a way to change them to something else or erase them? Thank you again! You guys rule.

    #4427
    D5 Creation
    Keymaster

    Replace the above code with the following:

    Code:
    <style>
    .widget .menu { float: none; }
    #footer-sidebar .widget li, #footer-sidebar .widget ul{ border: none; }
    #footer-sidebar .widget li { background: none no-repeat scroll 0 7px transparent; padding: 3px 0; }
    </style>
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