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If i follow these instructions:
Won’t I lose all the modifications I made with the plugin? I have code on the Css box and everything. Will that not be lost if I simply delete the plugin and install a new one?
Sorry for the late reply. This doesn’t seem to fix my problem completely. It brings the menu to the left but every page shows it differently. Sometimes the menu is lower on the page or the items are more spaced out. And sometimes when I apply changes to the code = for example when I change the background color it doesn’t change a thing on the actual website. I’m not sure why this is happening… but I need the menu to look exactly the same in every page. Can you help?
<span style=”color: #393d40; font-family: ‘Open Sans’, ‘Helvetica Neue’, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 14px; line-height: 22px;”>Is there someone I can put it that will make the menu like that in every single *page*? Sorry, not images.</span>
Thank you Mihaila,
That works perfectly but only for one page. Is there someone I can put that will make the menu like that in every single image? I tried on the custom CSS code box in settings, the style sheet… But it doesn’t change. It only changes when I apply the code to each page on the custom CSS box on individual pages.
Thank you for the idea. I’ve tried that and it looks good, but the gap between the media elements are too big, as you can see in the image below. Is there a way to make those gaps smaller? At least 5px gap between them.
Well thank you for the help and honesty anyway. It’s a shame that it can’t be done – it definitely could be a cool feature.
Do you know of any other elements or another way that I can mimic the Media Grid look but still link each image to individual pages?