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  • #54564
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    bplumme
    Participant

    I can’t seem to be able to expand the background color only of the primary navigation here:

    http://cmgroupinteractive.com/bugsbegonelima/

    #54566

    scrambler
    Moderator

    Have you checked Main options > Full Width > Extend BG attributes > Primary menu extend BG?

    #54571

    bplumme
    Participant

    Yes, it is checked.

    #54574

    Weaver
    Keymaster

    You are not using a Weaver Xtreme menu, but rather one under control of a mega menu plugin. That  would explain no extended BG.

    #54577

    scrambler
    Moderator

    if for some reason you cannot use Xtreme menus, check if the plugin you use allows you to add a class to the menu container that holds the background.

    If so, add the class  wvrx-fullwidth and that will do the job.

    this is explained in the full width tutorial below

    https://guide.weavertheme.com/full-width-design/

    Under D)advanced Customization > B- using your own div

    #54640

    bplumme
    Participant

    I got rid of the menu plugin I was using. But now my text is black on a black background. I don’t want any hover over the facebook icon but I think I have that setup correctly. I just have a text color issue.

    #54643

    scrambler
    Moderator

    Go to main option > Menu, and set the various colors properly…

    #54644

    bplumme
    Participant

    I went back and reset everything. Chrome and firefox look okay, but in IE I can’t see the menu text.

    menu bar bg #000000
    Menu bar text color #ffffff

    Hover bg #34256D
    Hover text color #FFFFFF

    current page bg #FFFFFF
    Current page text #000000

    #54645
    Best Answer

    scrambler
    Moderator

    This reply has been accepted as the best answer.

    You have a CSS+ rule In the header area screwing it up

    #header a:link {color: #000; }

    If you think you needed that rule for something, explain exactly what so we can come up with a better rule

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