@Louis@Araminta, we have a website releasing in the next few days that needs a persistent sub-navigation bar across all breakpoints, can you recommend any workaround to do this with the Nav block in the current Cwicly version?
In both cases, these menu items can wrap onto multiple lines rather than be hidden behind a modal menu button.
Speaking of which, what is the best practice for controlling the wrapping of menu items with the nav. It is still relatively new and if there are any examples or tutorials showing how to do different layouts, we would be grateful for any pointers.
For example, several of our designs have on desktop a single line, on tablet a dual column (aligned) and on mobile a single column.
ok sure, i work well and like to work with CSS…i just saw the custom CSS textfield…i thought why it is so outbounded and not integrated to add custom CSS which works overall the page…for example is it possible to add custom CSS at global level? for example: i would like to just give ALL P-Tags a margin-bottom…i cant see where to accomplish this in the UX right? so why do i have to add for root-elements a custom CSS in the settings area? why its not possible to target the P-Tag like with a “.class p” to adjust it for example only for a certain kind of DIV but globally…or is this possible?