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CNLSElectronics
Tourist
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Hello all,

 

My shop is shop-cnlselectronics.co.uk and the password is hello.  In my navigation menu, I have numerous dropdown lists which is all working well and happy with how everything seems.  however, you can still click on the First menu option "phone parts" for example.  How can I make the menu bar titles that have dropdowns, not clickable?

 

Thanks,

Steven

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Bo
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Hey there, @CNLSElectronics 

 

Bo here from Shopify Support! 

 

That is a really great question. If you do not want the parent links in the navigation to lead anywhere, you can replace the links with hash/pound sign. 

 

Steps:

1. Go to Online Store > Navigation and select the menu that you are working on.

2. Click Edit beside one of the parent links and then click the X beside the link in question.

3. Replace the link with # 

4. Repeat this with every parent link and click Save

 

 

Let me know how this goes and if there is anything else I can assist you with, I'm happy to help!

 

All the Best,

Bo 

 

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CNLSElectronics
Tourist
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Hi Bo,

 

Thank you so much, works great! Knew it would be something simple I was overlooking. 

 

Thanks again

Steven

 

 

CNLSElectronics
Tourist
15 0 1

Hi Bo or anyone else who can  help,

 

Ive noticed when on the homepage, when you click the menu button, while the nav bar is open, half the header with "menu" and "account" in it disappears, how can i stop that from happening?

also, it seems the announcement bar has now vanished behind the header. It shows okay on mobile but on PC its behind the black header.

 

any help is appreciated.

Steven

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CNLSElectronics
Tourist
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Okay ive fixed the header disappearing but just the announcement bar thats missing now

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Bo
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Hey there, @CNLSElectronics 

 

Apologies for the delay in response here. I can see that your page is operating correctly now. What did you do to resolve this? 

 

Speak Soon,

Bo

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CNLSElectronics
Tourist
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Hi Bo,

no worries at all.  

 

I followed the below thread.  I couldn't figure out why the promo bar was hiding behind the header so i thought, why not move it to the top of the page. So i followed the thread below and it shows up fine. So why it was hiding in the first place is still a mystery but maybe something to do with size of the logo or something like that pushing the header height down too far, im not 100%.

 

Here is the thread anyway:

https://community.shopify.com/c/Shopify-Design/Moving-the-Promotions-Bar-to-the-top-Venture-Theme/td...

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CNLSElectronics
Tourist
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In fact, i guess while you are here you might be able to help  

 

On my other store (www.cosmeticalbeauty.co.uk).  I think i have mastered everything on there up until this one part i cant figure out.  On the checkout page, the logo in the top right corner is absolutely tiny. Its set to its largest but i cant find the size in CSS to be able to enlarge it. Are you able to advise if this is possible?

 

Thanks,

Steven

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Bo
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Hey again! 

 

The checkout CSS is not something that has been made available to merchants for security reasons - were the CSS of the checkout available we would not be able to ensure the security of said checkout. Your best option would be to resize your logo image file to make it larger and then upload it into the theme. This simple image resizer should do the trick. 

 

All the Best,

Bo 

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Tourist
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That makes sense actually now you mention it!  The image im using is 3000x2000px so it should be more than enough be able to see without wearing my binoculars

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