Flavour menu overlaps text on most pages..

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  • Started 7 years, 6 months ago ago by Michael F.
  • Replied 7 years, 6 months ago ago by Michael F.
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  • #1365

    Michael F.

    Hi,

    I recently installed code flavor menu and it is fine in my browser, however, someone using a different browser pointed out that the menu partially covers my sites txt. I’ve done a multiple browser tests and that seems to be the case. The site is http://www.fitmywoodfloor.co.uk.

    Is there any way to resolve this? Even by making the menu retract and reappear on hover perhaps?

    Thanks for any help.

    Wes.

    #1366

    Constantin

    I agree with you, something needs to be done. Until that time comes you could use media queries in plugin stylesheet to prevent it from displaying on smaller screens. Something like this:

    @media (max-width : 960px){
    #cfn_floating_menu{
    display:none!important;
    }
    }

    Another thing you could do is set a title on the menu, something small like Menu. This way only that item will be visible when menu is closed and the space taken is much smaller.

    #1368

    Michael F.

    Thanks for getting back to me. Just to confirm, where would I insert that code within the stylesheet? You’re talking to a wood floor fitter lol..

    Shame about the menu being none retractable. Hopefully future updates will include.

    Thanks again for the help.

    #1369

    Constantin

    You should put that into the plugin stylesheet. You can find it in folder:

    wp-content/plugins/codeflavors-floating-menu/css/cfm_menu.css

    Just paste that at the bottom of the file. Next update will definitely have retractable functionality implemented, it’s a very good idea but before putting that in we must figure out the best way of doing it. Thanks for the heads-up, it’s suggestions like yours that will improve the plugin.

    #1370

    Michael F.

    Inserting that code hasn’t worked unfortunately. Confirmed after running site through browser check.

    To explain further and to help others, the solution Constantin gave may work fine. I installed wordpress through a click and build application using 1&1 (I know, I know, I’m a sucka!). 1&1 lock out certain file permissions through click and build, hence, the reason this solution may not work in my particular instance. A solution I am working on is installing wordpress manually and transferring my database.

    A bit gutted, I really like this menu too! I’ll have to come back when I peel away from 1&1. Unfortunately, I can’t just do that because I’m right at the bottom of my learning curve.

    Still an excellent menu in my opinion. Thanks again!

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