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    Good Morning! I am having an issue with the main menu colors. They are white/white and I’ve tried to change each color option to make them legible but I cannot seem to pinpoint which one is the background. On the scroll and sub-menus, it’s fine as it’s black/white. Can you pinpoint me to which option is the background for the main one?



    Hi there,

    Thanks for writing in!

    You can change the menu color in your Dashboard > Appearances > Customize > Colors.

    If the problem persists, please share us your site URL and the admin account of your site via private reply or via the contact form at https://themeforest.net/user/themelogi so we can investigate your case and help you out. Also, please point to specific page where we can see the problem. Any screenshots would be welcomed! (you could upload your images into https://imgbb.com/ and share the link here).

    Looking forward to your response!

    Best regards,

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    Hi there,

    Thanks for your information!

    I’ve fixed the menu issue as you can see in https://www.marquismiddle.com/, please check again.

    I’ve set the stretch Row layout for the Row of Header element so that the image can be displayed as fullwidth:

    Also, for your information, the theme comes with 2 theme options (“Appearances > Customize” & “Page options at bottom of the page/post”)

    It’s very simple indeed, just 2 points that you need to know to use our Theme Options.

    1. There are global options that affect you entire site in “Appearances > Customize”.

    2. There are individual options that affect only that page or post in “Page options at bottom of the page/post”

    (please make sure you’ve activated the TLG Framework plugin in order to see those individual options)

    If you want to use global options (1), please set those options as “default” in individual options (2).

    Then in case you still see some pages are using difference header layout, please go to that page editor, scroll to bottom, and set the Header Layout option into “default layout” in order to use the global header setting in “Appearances > Customize”.

    Hope this helps,

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