I'm experimenting with main menu options as I finalize my site. As you can see, if I choose the top menu, there's not enough vertical space to list the subpages when I mouse over. Can you tell me where to increase the height of the top menu container to make more room?
(Does not apply to mobile.)
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Thanks for this, upgrading now and we'll see if that helps.
Updating the theme and all the plugins did not solve the problem. This is not urgent, since I'm content to use the standard menu.
It's not an issue of the changes I made to the font size of the .menu classes; when I remove these, the problem still occurs.
It's possible that increasing the vertical size of the black container (that contains the top menu) will solve the problem, but I may also have to move the top main menu down (since the submenu items appear to be rendering as vertically centered with the top main menu).
Can you please share your Wordpress credentials because I need to login to your site and test your problem.
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