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Gogo Theme

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#1
On the Gogo theme is the following possible :

1. Hide the Page header (think it may be named entry-header entry-page)
2. Increase the font size for the navigation items
3. Change the color of the text on navigation items, when a. Selected b. Hover (to same color as 'Link Color' (Customising > Color & Background)

Thank you
 

karrtik

Pro Member
Staff member
#2
Hello there,

1. Yes it is possible just edit that particular page whose header you want to disable and go to "Gogo Settings > Disable Section > Diable Main Header"
Please check this screenshot for reference : https://screencast.com/t/QhdoGtQCUpF

2. For that use this code in Additional CSS "Appearance > Customize > Additional CSS"

Code:
#gogo-menu li a {
font-size:20px;
}
3. For that use this code

Code:
#gogo-menu li a:hover{
color:red;
}
#gogo-menu li a:visited{
color:blue;
}
Change color value according to need.

Kind Regards
 
#3
Fantastic - thank you.

The a:visited does not appear to work. It highlights all the items with the color, I would like to only highlight the nav item for the current page I am on

Thanks, phil
 

karrtik

Pro Member
Staff member
#4
Hello there,

For that please try this code
Code:
#gogo-menu li.current-menu-item a:visited{
color:blue;
}
by replacing

Code:
#gogo-menu li a:visited{
color:blue;
}
This will work for you.

Kind Regards
 
#5
Thank you. That works for main menu items, is it possible to achieve this :

About Us
- Item 1
- Item 2
- Item 3

When you are on the page for Item 1 or Item 2 or Item 3, the parent, in this case About Us, is highlighted ?

Thanks for all your help so far, much appreciated.

Thanks,
 

karrtik

Pro Member
Staff member
#6
Hello there,

Could you please share your site link. So that i can check it and provide you possible solution.

Kind Regards
 

karrtik

Pro Member
Staff member
#8
Hello there,

Use this code in Additional CSS "Appearance > Customize > Additional CSS"

Code:
.current-page-parent a .gogo-menu-link{
color:red;
}
#gogo-menu li.current-menu-item a .gogo-menu-link{
color:red;
}
This will help you.

Kind Regards
 
#9
That does work, however, if you select the top menu item (in the screenshot Projects, all the sub-menu items show in the highlighted color. I have attached a screenshot

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