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    michelle gora
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    Website in Question is here
    http://d9a.a1e.myftpupload.com/

    Couple questions
    1. I asked a question in the thread here https://www.sktthemes.org/forums/topic/theme-questions/
    about the images not being responsive on mobile when it says the theme is responsive here

    SKT Parallax Me Pro


    I applied all the changes you gave me in the thread above but the pics still aren’t responsive

    2. The textual logo in the menu bar how do I get it all to fit on one line without making the font smaller?

    3. How can I get one of the navigation options to open in a new window since it’s a different website? I didn’t see any of those options in the menu

    Thanks

    #70889
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    Hi Michelle,

    Kindly send us your URL of the site and WordPress admin details (Username & Password) via sktthemes.net/contact

    Please mention this forum URL while replying so that we understand what needs to be done.

    Regards,
    Dave

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    michelle gora
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    Message sent

    #71076
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    Hi Michelle,

    All issues was resolved from our end. Kindly check and confirm.

    3. How can I get one of the navigation options to open in a new window since it’s a different website? I didn’t see any of those options in the menu

    Answer:
    Step 1: Screen Options.
    Go to the “Menus module” , under “Appearance”. Then, click on the “Screen Options” button, located on the top right corner.

    Step 2: Enable Link Target option.
    Then, under “Show advanced menu properties”, check the “Link Target” option.

    Step 3: Specify the target attribute on the WordPress menu.
    On the Menu items options, a new field will be displayed – Link Target – to specify the target of the link.

    Regards,
    Dave

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    michelle gora
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    Great, thanks!

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    🙂

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