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  • Hi Colin,

    the problem is the “Page transition”, please go to WordPress admin -> Appeanrance -> Theme Options -> Body -> Page transition and uncheck the checkbox, then it’s working

    🙂 Brilliant, thank you! Not only does that work but it also makes the site seem to run more quickly too!

    Thanks for that!

    Now – if I can get the menu working I think that is pretty much all of it working properly.

    Is there a more thorough tutorial on blind links that you know of?

    Thank you again for all of your help, it is great to get such excellent support!

    Colin

    Is there a more thorough tutorial on blind links that you know of?

    No, because it’s very easy. Go to WP admin -> Appearance -> Menu. Check the boxes to the right, open the “Links” box, add “#” as url and a name of your choice as link text, then click the “Add to Menu” button. This Link is your new parent anchor link for the submenu!

    Ah ok, thanks – from the tutorial it looked like you have to do it for every menu entry – so you only have to do this once for the whole menu?

    There isnt a ‘Links’ box but there is a ‘Custom Links’

    I’ve done what you said but it has not worked. All it has done is added the new item to the menu.

    I opened the

    WP admin -> Appearance -> Menu – Custom Links

    URL – #
    Name – Menu

    Add to Menu

    Save Menu

    It didnt work 🙁

    Yes, I mean “Custom Links”.

    I’ve done what you said but it has not worked. All it has done is added the new item to the menu.

    Yes, exactly, and now drag the submenu right to this menu entry!

    Hi – sorry but this just not seem to work.

    So, if I do this and then drag all the other menu items as subject to this then it totally destroys the menu just giving the one option ‘Menu’ with everything else underneath it – that’s not what I want.

    And it still doesn’t work on tablets as it does not stop the mouseover.

    I’ve left it up for a few minutes so you can see – perhaps I am doing something wrong?

    What I dont understand is why the mouseover menu is included to begin with if it wont work on a tablet. Surely that isnt responsive?

    Thanks again

    So, if I do this and then drag all the other menu items as subject to this then it totally destroys the menu just giving the one option ‘Menu’ with everything else underneath it – that’s not what I want.

    NOOOO, don’t add all entries to the new menu entry, only the sub-menu!!!!! Please take a look at this theme:

    http://web-rockstars.com/booster/

    For example “Features” menu entry, it’s a blind link. When you click on it on a tablet, the sub-menu open. Make it exactly like on this theme then it’s working without any problem!!!!

    What I dont understand is why the mouseover menu is included to begin with if it wont work on a tablet. Surely that isnt responsive?

    Responsive design means that the theme change the structure on smaller screens, not that the menu reorder itself!

    Hi and thanks for the help again.

    Ah I see now – I had a more knowledgeable friend come over to take a look.

    Basically I had to add a blind link for every part of the menu which had a sub menu and so on.

    So in all there were quite a few to add, took some time to get it all right but is now looking brilliant thank you.

    🙂

    Basically I had to add a blind link for every part of the menu which had a sub menu and so on.

    Exactly! 🙂

    lol – that was the part missing completely from the tutorial

    Things like this are really useful to know – it would be great if someone wrote a proper step by step tutorial explaining exactly what it does and why.

    Perhaps a group of these together could form a fantastic database for the newbies like myself

    Very grateful for the help though, got there in the end and the site is looking much better now – thank you

    Sorry, but that’s are basics, we cannot list each single step in the theme documentation, furthermore this is not up to the theme you use.

    For this we made the FAQ section:

    Knowledge Base

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