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Push certain submenus further up on desktop

  • I manage a site with a lot of menus and submenus and I was wondering if there was a way to shift some of them higher up the page below the header for desktop. Attached is a video from my client and the site in question.

  • Hi George,

    Try adding this through Appearance > Customize > Additional CSS:

    @media (min-width: 1025px){{
            position: static;
  • Hi Fernando, yeah, it’s not bad, but there is an issue with the second level submenu link that is at the bottom not having access to its contents, have a look at the attached video.

  • Hi there,

    odd what happens if the very last menu item has no children, do those sub sub menus work?

  • Hey David, not sure what you mean. They are single post links. But even if they were just blank links, it’s not a thing related with the issue, is it?

  • The issue seems to be the last item having a sub menu.
    If you re-order that menu so the last menu item does NOT have a sub-menu.
    Does that fix the issue ?

  • Hey David, maybe you have an idea because I live in the Twilight Zone again! That particular sub-menu works fine as long as it’s not the last or the one before last in the submenu columns! In those cases, it’s impossible to select it’s children.

  • It is very strange.
    I moved them around in the dev tools and thought it was odd lol

    Is that a solution then? ie. re-ordering the menu items.
    As I am not sure where to begin debugging it otherwise 🙂

  • Yeah, I guess so, I deactivated that functionality just for that menu item, so weird!

    Thanks, David.

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