html – How to centralize a UL horizontally and vertically in a nav?

See if that's what you need:

* {Margin: 0; Padding: 0;}
Width: 100%;
Height: 100px;
Background: gy;
Margin: 0 car;
Align text: center;
Background: rgba (0,0,0, 0,6);
Display: Flex;
Align elements: center;
nav ul {
List style: none;
Margin: 0 car;
nav ul li {display: inline; padding: 5px; Cushion pad: 50px;}
nav ul li a {text decoration: none; Font size: 20px; Color white; Top edge: 50px}
nav ul li: hover {background: rgb (18, 155, 219); Transition: 1s linear}

Body {
Background: URL (;
Background repetition: no repetition;
Background size: 100%;



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Navigation – How can I replace the HTML structure in the Nav Walker for nested lists in menus?

In my conditional section of my navwalker, in my start_el Function, if I have the following condition ….

    if ($ args-> walker-> has_children) {
// Change code here to change list and anchor link items for parent list items with children.


How can I tell my Nav Walker to change my status submenu Elements? For example, I want that …


Can you restructure that?

nav – Do not change the tab panel when running postback vb

I ask for your knowledge, I am a beginner programmer. My approach is as follows:
Use nav tabs with the CSS bootstrap to display a form and a filter list. When the postback is started, the active window is changed in this second information window.

I searched the Web for solutions that I could not use properly to prevent them from working. I share the code:


I've removed code, but essentially it's the skeleton of the webform. We use masterpages.

I repeat that here in this code I have used fragments of some examples where they have worked for other users, but not for me, I have the scripmanager on the master page.

Thank you in advance for your comments.

Navigation – Is it OK to use Quick Nav selectively and not universally?

To keep us on the same page, I mean this when I say Quick navigation, (Lonely Planet example) It's an extra navigation that lets you know what's on the page and anchor links to the destination.

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Although I realize that we generally want to ensure that experiences remain consistent across the pages; I design a website with the intention of keeping most pages straightforward and designed so that they do not require additional quick navigation.

However, there are some reviews pages that I should consider to use a quick navigation style to improve usability.

So the root of my question is: Is the added benefit sufficient motivation to ignore the loss of consistency?

My feeling is that it's okay, but I wanted to hear the thoughts of others.

(Again, without paying attention to the wireframes, I know that you do not have the right context to specifically judge this case, but rather ask about the general convention.)

How do you reference argument data for the wp nav menu of functions.php

I want to keep my template files as clean as possible without adding too much argument data. Is it possible with the following example …

            $ args = array (
& # 39; # 39 & theme_location; => & # 39; main menu & # 39 ;,
& # 39; # 39 & menu_class; => & # 39; list-inline & # 39 ;,
& # 39; # 39 & add_li_class; => & # 39; list-inline-item & # 39;

wp_nav_menu ($ args);  

… that I can store my array of arguments in a function in my functions.php file and then just call them in my header.php, where my wp_nav_menu () lives? I want to use my functions.php file as a one-stop-shop (eg registering the Navi, adding default argument data to the same Navi, adding extra functions to the same Navi, etc.).

This is the first time I think about it, so I am for all best practices. Feel free to correct me if I'm wrong, but is this a good time for me to use an add_action / do_action? for this particular case?

Many thanks!

Dashboard – Best Approach to Placing CTA, Search and Filter Options with the Nav Tab

You are right to align the search and filter icons at the end with the same tab line. However, the CTA should look for the contents of this tab. considering that CTA belongs to menu 3This is what you want your users to do – consume the content first and then perform an action; which basically flows.

Currently, the CTA seems to be a major action of this entire section.

Read your comment – let the CTA be there, but consider setting the search and filter icon in three vertical points (only if these are not too common actions users take) to avoid that the same symbols meet in this neighborhood.

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