Navigation Bar Modifications

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Navigation Bar - how to keep text (page descriptor) together on same line?
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Sharyn

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Emmy

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Hello Sharyn,

The way the navigation looks on the page is a feature of the style you've selected. Unfortunately it is not possible to make the font different, or change the way it appears. If the style pushes longer menu text to a second line, this can't be changed. There is a way around it that may suit you:

1. You can take your pages out of your navigation. (click on the "Edit Navigation" button and drag the pages from "Pages in the Navigation" to "Pages out of the Navigation" - this will hide your default navigation menu).
2. Create your own page links and place where you'd like this new navigation to show up. This can be done by adding text, highlighting it and clicking on the link button on the text toolbar above.
3. Link your text to the specific page.

We have two tutorials that will help in explaining this process:

* Creating Links
* Creating Subpages

I hope this helps a bit!

Emmy
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SilverX

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Yola templates are from css.
Search net for the name of your css template , and download it.

View the source code carefully and change the relevant font and size to fit your need( be careful)

compare the original and modifiid one.
Copy the changed phase of codes, (must within < and > ) and put at the bottom of your site in a html widget.

Hope these helps.
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Angela Spencer

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Thanks Ayesh