Toggle-collapse responsive menu issue - Acme Themes

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  • #28508
    geokon
    Participant

    Hello,

    Congratulations on your theme!

    I have noticed 1 issue with my installation:

    Between 768 and 1024px the menu does not appear properly: http://podologiakalamata.gr.185-4-133-25.linuxzone74.grserver.gr/

    However, in your demo page it does seem OK in the same resolution field: http://demo.acmethemes.com/medical-circle/

    Do you think we can do something to correct it in my installation?

    #28513
    Acme Themes
    Keymaster

    Hello,

    It seems like you have customized the theme using child theme( Medical Circle Child). Please do contact the developer of child theme to fix this issue.

    If you activate the parent theme( Medical Circle ) the issues should solve

    Thanks!

    #28514
    geokon
    Participant

    Hi,

    Thanks for getting back to me! Indeed parent theme does not have this issue.

    I used child theme as a standard WordPress practice to modify files and be able to update the theme without losing changes. Currently, child theme only overrides footer.php and acme-gallery.php files.

    If you suspect the reason why is that happening with the header menu, i would gladly hear it. Either way, thank you again for your help.

    #28554
    Acme Themes
    Keymaster

    While enqueuing style on child theme can you increase the priority to 999 or higher?

    Thanks

    #28680
    geokon
    Participant

    Thank you very much for your help, that solved my issue.

    I only had to restore original font which looks nicer by adding in custom css:
    body {
    font-family: “Helvetica Neue”,Helvetica,Arial,sans-serif;
    }

    Hopefully this priority won’t cause any other side effects.

    #28685
    Acme Themes
    Keymaster

    It is nice to know your problem solved.
    The Priority will help you override the parent theme CSS , no side effects will cause.

    Thank you!

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