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Top Main Menu Does Not Stay in Header Area

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I'm using the latest Revibe template and latest SPPB, on Joomla 3.8.4 and PHP 7.0.027.

The menu is not responsive and moving out of the header area before switching to mobile view.
The menu sits below the header area when site is sized.

The menu is white and the background is white, there is a white space between header and slider when this happens, it shows when you mouse over menu and if you highlight it.
It also seems to wrap the menu in 2 levels, with the last menu item on second row when sized down before mobile view.

All settings are correct.

Is there a way to maintain the main menu position until the mobile view is complete, and to eliminate menu wrapping?

2 Answers

Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
there is solution. You have to reduce menu item : font size and space between items.
On which resolution you noticed problem? 1440px, 1240px , 1024px ???

Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Example fix (without seeing site URL):

@media screen and (max-width: 1240px) {
.sp-megamenu-parent > li > a {padding: 0 12px;font-size: 15px;}

+ Disable mobile menu [=] from desktop view, you don't need it there. And you can save some pixels on header for menu. Yes, from Menu settings of Helix3.

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