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Thanks for the wait! I’ll have this fix with you ASAP.
Thanks for the update.
These sorts of changes are quite far into the custom development territory so not really part of normal theme support. We’ll do our best to advise.
A friendly reminder to work from within a child theme to keep your changes update safe. All WordPress.org themes completely overwrite their own folders during the update process. If you make changes to the parent theme and run a theme update, all changes will be lost.
Once you’ve registered your menu in the child functions.php file, make a copy of header.php and insert it in the child theme folder.
Next go to /inc/template-tags.php and locate line 129. Copy that entire function into your child theme functions.php file. The function starts with:
and ends with:
The entire function must be copied into the child functions.php file. You can then add your second menu.
There will most likely be extra CSS adjustments required. If you can resolve the above then you’d be most of the way there.
Thanks for reaching out.
How have you added a second menu to the header? What method did you use to achieve that?
I’ve found the problem. That’s a good first step. It came about, only in IE11 when I attempted to make it possible to use social icons in all the menu locations. Please, allow me a day to try figure out a way of resolving. I’ll come back to you ASAP!.
Thanks so much for the testing assistance. I’m checking at the moment and will reply ASAP.
Hey Eric 🙂
Could you perhaps head over to Appearance > Customize > Theme Design > Content and confirm that the Text Size setting is something other than 14. Text size is the 4th setting down.
Great to hear from you, thanks for your support.
Site is looking great so far!
This is a page you’ve created somewhere along the line called Home: http://www.empowergraphics.net/clients/pshapiro/home/
This is the page that’s set as your home page at Settings > Reading: http://www.empowergraphics.net/clients/pshapiro/
Go to Appearance > Menus and delete the Home page item. Insert a Custom Link item and make the URL: http://www.empowergraphics.net/clients/pshapiro/. That’ll be changed later when you move the site.
Should do the trick.
(Top tip: https://wordpress.org/plugins/duplicator/ is the best and easiest way to move Page Builder content and sites in general)
For sure. Let us know how it goes.
Super, glad to hear that helped. Nice plugin for sure.
Super. Glad to hear you made progress.
Thanks for your understanding. I know this high on Greg from SiteOrigin’s to-do list. Hopefully we’ll see it re-launched really soon 🙂
The new version should be available in your Dashboard > Updates panel shortly. Let me know how it goes.
Thanks for sending. There won’t be any problems with your child theme.
(I think you can remove wp-config.php from your child theme. It won’t have any effect there.)
Confirmed. The upcoming 2.0.2 update will fix this. I’ll get that shipped to you this afternoon. Thanks for reporting.