Hello. I am re-building our non-profits site w/ the Militarology theme here: http://jn6.946.myftpupload.com/
I’m wanting to “smash together” the main menu on the desktop/laptop version so all of the navigation shows without the “3 dots” (and remove the hover border). It seems like there is a box-sizing:border-box on the menu-item that is causing the additional padding that is giving such a separation of each item…and I can’t figure out how to remove it. The only place I can find it is in “Theme Editor -> css -> _styles.css” which is a generated file that I don’t want to change. Is there a way to over-ride this in the “Customize -> Additional CSS”?
Also…my home page is defaulting to “stretch row and content”…any ideas for how to change it to just “stretch row”. I have all rows set to “default”…changing to “stretch row” still loads on the screen as “stretch row and content.” I have made columns as a workaround…but, then it doesn’t quite show up right on mobile (the TIME video and mailing list aren’t centered).
Thanks for your help!