On a mobile device, when I click on the main navigation menu at the top, the word “Menu” appears at the top of the list of menu items. How can I remove that?
I have one ordered list for which I want to custom-style the numbers, and I have one ordered list for which I want to remove the numbers completely. When I tried to style the first one with CSS, it added styled numbers to the main navigation menu—which I do not want. How can I style (or remove) the numbers?
In Slider revolution, I have a static full-width header photo with text layered over it. For mobile devices, I want the text to appear below the photo instead, because the photo is not big enough, so that the text will be legible. How can I do that?
I used css to make a shape (see two attached files). But they are too big for a mobile window. How can I make them scale down?
Is there an easy way to see the default settings for H1, H2, H3, etc.?
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This seems possible with custom css, can you please share Page link url so I can prepare some css code for you?
It is because you generalize css which styles applied on all UL. so you have to be differentiate it to be only apply on specific ul you can assign your ul to a class and then you can target that ul specific
now you can target only above ul is via following css:
I'd like you to go through this screencast along with this article http://www.themepunch.com/faq/incorrect-position-or-size-for-text-button-or-shape/
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