Dropdown link appearance

This particular option can be found by logging into your site's admin area and going to:
"ProPhoto" > "Customize" > "Menus" > "Primary/Secondary Navigation menu"

Here you customize the size, color, and hover-color of any dropdown menu links in your horizontal navigation menu areas.  The font size of these links are 11px by default, but can be adjusted to suit your needs. If no dropdown link color is set, these links will inherit the link text from you link style settings in “ProPhoto” > “Customize” > “Fonts” or from your “Menu link appearance” settings on this same page. Otherwise these links can be set with a different color from your top-level navigation links. You can also set a specific color for when links within your dropdowns are hovered over.
Menu dropdown links
Some common questions that we often get asked about menu dropdown links are how to set a specific font for the links and how to adjust the width of the menu dropdowns.

You can adjust the width of your dropdown menus in “Menu dropdown background appearance”, which is just above this option area.

The actual font of the menu dropdown links gets inherited from the font that is set in the “Menu link appearance” area. If you are wanting a different font for your dropdown links specifically, you will need to use a line of Custom CSS under “ProPhoto” > “Customize” > “Advanced” > “Custom Code”:

.primary-nav-menu li ul li a {font-family: 'yourfontname';}

Simply replace ‘yourfontname’ with the actual name of your font (make sure to leave the ‘ characters in place).  And if you want to apply to a secondary nave menu instead, the CSS would simply be:

.secondary-nav-menu li ul li a {font-family: 'yourfontname';}

This particular option can be found by logging into your site's admin area and going to:
"ProPhoto 4" > "Customize" > "Menus" > "Primary/Secondary Navigation menu"

Here you customize the size, color, and hover-color of any dropdown menu links in your horizontal navigation menu areas.  The font size of these links are 11px by default, but can be adjusted to suit your needs. If no dropdown link color is set, these links will inherit the link text from you link style settings in “ProPhoto” > “Customize” > “Fonts” or from your “Menu link appearance” settings on this same page. Otherwise these links can be set with a different color from your top-level navigation links. You can also set a specific color for when links within your dropdowns are hovered over.

Some common questions that we often get asked about menu dropdown links is how to set a specific font for the links and how to adjust the width of the menu dropdowns.

The actual font of the menu dropdown links gets inherited from the font that is set in the “Menu link appearance” area.  If you are wanting a different font for your dropdown links specifically, you will need to use a line of Custom CSS under “ProPhoto” > “Customize” > “Advanced” > “Custom Code”:

.primary-nav-menu li ul li a {font-family: 'yourfontname';}

Simply replace ‘yourfontname’ with the actual name of your font (make sure to leave the ‘ characters in place).  And if you want to apply to a secondary nave menu instead, the CSS would simply be:

.secondary-nav-menu li ul li a {font-family: 'yourfontname';}

Additionally, if you want to adjust the width of your dropdown menu areas, this can be done with two lines of Custom CSS under “ProPhoto” > “Customize” > “Advanced” > “Custom Code” as well:

.primary-nav-menu li ul li {width: 250px;}
.primary-nav-menu li ul li a:link {width: 250px;}

You can adjust the width values to whatever you’d like them to be.  And to apply to your secondary nav menu, simply change “.primary-nav-menu” to “.secondary-nav-menu”.

This particular option can be found by logging into your site's admin area and going to:
"Appearance" > "P3 Customize" > "Menu" > "Text Appearance"

menu-option-dropdown-textSet the size and colors of the text within navigation menu dropdown items. The font size of these links are 11px by default, but can be adjusted to suit your needs. If no dropdown link color is set, these links will inherit the text color from your “Menu link appearance” settings. Otherwise these links can be set with a different color from your top-level navigation links. You can also set a specific color for when links within your dropdowns are hovered over.

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