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    Hey i want my mobile version to be the same as computer version without having the choice to pick ‘mobile view’.. ive been through many plugins and the widget normally gets placed with the main content or posts.. Have you got any ideas how i could do this? i want it too look the same as if i was on the computer..

    Also a question about the menus! How can i get a menu you run across the footer? and how do i get the main menu to look abit different for an example i want “The Home” but i want “The to be on top and”Home” to be underneith..



    1) Go to Replete > Theme Options > Layout & Settings and select “Fixed Layout” instead “Responsive Layout” (first dropdown option).

    2) You can edit existing menus (or create/assign new menus) with the WP3 menu builder. Go to Appearance > Menus and create 3 menus. You need to assign them to 3 theme locations (main menu, footer and header).


    ah so easy thanks for the good directions!

    i do have one more question with the Menus! i got the footer going and the rest.. But is there a way i can change the presentation of the main menu. So i want it more bigger and bolder and i want there to beable to have “The Home” but not in a line more like….

    The Contact

    Home Us

    any idea how i would go about doing this?



    Hi justin536,

    You can change the styling of the menu by modifying the css for it. Try adding the following CSS to your Quick CSS (located under the Styling Tab in the theme options) or the custom.css file in the css folder of your theme files:

    #top .main_menu .menu li > a {
    font-weight: bolder;
    color: #333;
    font-size: 13px;

    I’ve added a few declarations for you so that you can just adjust them as needed. This will already make the font bigger and the weight more bold than the default. Color is done by hex code: http://html-color-codes.info/

    For the layout question, I”m not sure what you mean. If you can describe it a bit more or with a screenshot, we can see what can be done.




    Great works well!

    So as for the layout i dont have a screen shot but if you dont understand after this time i can organise a screen shot to be done.

    So lets just say i have 4 pages in my menu.. The Home, The Blog, The Forum, The Contact.

    so my main menu looks like this on my site… v

    The Home The Blog The Forum The Contact

    i dont want “The’ and “the second word” to be on the same line…. i want “The” to be above the secondary word…

    The The The The

    Home Blog Forum Contact

    understand? can that be done?



    Hi justin536,

    It can be done, just go to Appearance > Menus and in your Menu Navigation Label, instead of

    The Aesthetic Home

    Replace it with:

    <span class="menu-label">The</span>Aesthetic Home

    Then go to Replete > Theme Options > Styling > Quick CSS and add this code:

    span.menu-label {
    display: block;

    Add other styling to that code block. Hope this helps. :)




    thanks thats kinda what i want but didnt work to well… thinking of scraping that idea…

    I wanted “The” more centered on top of “Aesthetic Home” and when i changed it, it did fit into the menu area lines.

    thanks for your help


    *didnt fit into the menu lines


    The menu and new span class will probably need some additional css adjustment to get exactly what you are looking for. You can always look into a freelance developer at the very end of getting everything set up if its something you really need in the end.



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