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2 hours ago, Patterson said:

Site URL: https://cranberry-trumpet-9wxf.squarespace.com/

Hello! I am trying to fix a couple things on my navigation. 

For some reason the folder on the three links isn't formatting right and is being positioned to close to the bottom of the nav links.  Is there a way to make the folder background a light gray as well rather than being transparent?

PW: 910

Thanks!

You can try the following code in Custom Css to overwrite the color of folder background

body:not(.header--menu-open) .dark .header-nav-folder-content {
  background: gray;
}

Change the background with the color you want

Hope it makes sense

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8 hours ago, bangank36 said:

You can try the following code in Custom Css to overwrite the color of folder background

body:not(.header--menu-open) .dark .header-nav-folder-content {
  background: gray;
}

Change the background with the color you want

Hope it makes sense

It sure does, thank you. Do you how I can fix the folder spacing to not block the line effect from being shown and keeping it from being so close to the nav item? @bangank36 thanks

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