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    Crystal
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    Hi all,

    I’ve used this code to move the position of the primary menu on a site I’m helping a friend build.

    .is-desktop #nav-primary {position:relative; margin-top:-4.3em; top:-2em; right:0em; margin-bottom:0em;}

    I’d also like to be able to move the position of the secondary menu. I’ve tried the same line of code with #nav-secondary and the menu disappears rather than change position. I’ve also tried messing with the z-index and that didn’t help either. So, I’m stumped.

    Link to the site: https://noonandwilder.com/bookshelf/

    Thanks in advance and sorry to hit up the forum for help twice in the same weekend!

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    scrambler
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    This reply has been accepted as the best answer.

    Where are you trying to move the menu?

    Are you trying to move it down below the top of the header image?

    If so, what you would need would be

    .is-desktop .menu-secondary {position:absolute;right:1em;}

    By the way your primary menu rule has unneeded elements, all you need is
    .is-desktop #nav-primary {margin-top:-6.3em;}

    #62048

    Crystal
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    Hi Scrambler,

    I played with the .menu-secondary position rules and got it where I wanted. Thanks!

    -C

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