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  • At some point while I was trying to trouble-shoot this issue, my menu got even more messed up. I’ve replaced the code in the styles.css file with the original code, but it doesn’t seem to have fixed the issue.

    Can you take a look at the “Menu” menu at http://rogersriverview.com/ and offer some suggestions on how to fix it?

    Other than needing to change “taxonomy-meal-tag.php” instead, that worked great, thanks!

    I figured out #2: I had to edit meal-simplelist-item.php.

    One thing weird about this, though, is that the excerpt doesn’t show up unless the meal has an ingredient. Wasn’t planning on using ingredients, so it took me a while to figure this out.

    Still need a solution for #1

    I have very similar questions on Gourmet:

    1) If I add a meal category, then http://mysite/meal-tag/dinner/ does display a list of all the “dinner” meals, but it shows it in a grid. Is there any way to have that default to the simple list?

    If not, is there any way that I can have a Menus-Dinners submenu open up to display the simple list of “dinner” meals without having to create its own page with the meal-simplelist shortcode? I have “lunch”, “dinner”, “breakfast” (etc) categories that I would like to each have their own menu item displaying in simple list and it would be great if I didn’t have to create a separate page for each of them.

    2) I also wanted to show descriptions in the simple menu list, rather than ingredients. I tried replacing line 15 in meal-entry.php with ‘the_excerpt()’, but that didn’t seem to change anything. Where is ‘the_excerpt()’ pulling text from? Or do I need to replace something in a different file since I want to use the simple list?

    The Gourmet theme I downloaded today also has this issue. I tried pasting in the CSS you listed above and it makes the submenu too wide and it wraps around the logo to the left.

    Would the CSS different for Gourmet?

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