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    Jennifer Rumford
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    I am having trouble with the navigation menu. In the demo the font is small and upper lower case (which is what I want). But when I installed it, it shows up as all uppercase and has so much room around each entry that it wraps to two lines. I prefer the menu to look like the demo, but how do I achieve this?

    http://bvwatersmart2.tamu.edu/

    Thanks!

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    Hi,

    Kindly go to Appearance >> Theme Options >> Basic Settings >> Custom CSS Box:

    Add this code there:

    .sitenav ul li a { text-transform:capitalize; padding:8px 37px; line-height:49px;}

    Regards,
    Chris

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    Jennifer Rumford
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    That worked great for the menu, but I had placed the logo on the site, and now the logo is no longer visible.

    Also – I want a smaller menu – when I tried to tighten down the menu – the first two menu items remained centered vertically, and the rest rose up. I am not sure why.

    .sitenav ul li a { text-transform:capitalize; padding:8px 37px; line-height:49px;} – this worked but was too deep
    .sitenav ul li a { text-transform:capitalize; padding:4px 37px; line-height:30px;} my changes

    https://bvwatersmart2.tamu.edu

    Thanks!

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    Hi,

    Kindly go to Appearance >> Theme Options >> Basic Settings >> Custom CSS Box:

    Add this code there:

    .sitenav ul li a { line-height:45px !important;}

    Regards,
    Chris

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