I created a custom menu for a category of posts and activated it as a widget. Only problem is that it does not display my posts in a drop-down menu. It also includes a search box, which I really, really do not want. I’ve now deactivated my widget until I can solve the problem. Can anyone help?
The blog I need help with is yingma.org.
We need a link to the blog please.
I have a similar issue, too. I created a custom menu (Visit Our Homepage) to direct readers to visit our own website. I put the custom menu as sidebar 1. It includes a search box that we don’t need. What can we do to get rid of it?
We appreciate any help!
Have you trying editing the custom menu to remove the searchbox?
RATS! I meant to type. “tried” sorry :(
The menu widget will not show dropdowns. It will show the sub items indented below the parent item. You can have dropdowns in the top navigation though.
To get rid if the search box at the top of the sidebar, remove the search widget from the sidebar.
If you are talking about removing the search box from the very top right of the theme, you can hide that by going to appearance > theme options.
*kof* tsp-on my photography blog using Inuit Types, the Custom Menu widget shows dropdowns in the sidebar.
Hmmm, then that is the exception to the rule. Most themes only show them as hierarchical lists, not as dropdowns. They were all showing as dropdowns in the beginning, but there were a number of themes were the CSS for them needed a lot of love, and I thought that all of them had been changed. Obviously not Inuit Types though.
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