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TOPIC: Changes in Main Menu; Text should be written in lower case

Changes in Main Menu; Text should be written in lower case 1 week 1 hour ago #15009

  • Frieda
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Hello,
We would like to have the second word in the menu lowercase. Where can you adjust this?
Our Template: joomlage0100-One
Thank you in advance.
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Steffi for Frieda
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Changes in Main Menu; Text should be written in lower case 4 days 20 hours ago #15019

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Hello Frieda,

This is not a feature in the design.

Thanks,
JohnO
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Changes in Main Menu; Text should be written in lower case 4 days 13 hours ago #15023

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Hi JohnO,
thank you for response. But in German language it is wrong the second word in Uppercase letter. So we need it: Hervorragend anders. Not: Hervorragend Anders.
Maybe you can help us to do this right in the German language?
Thank you.
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Steffi for Frieda
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Changes in Main Menu; Text should be written in lower case 4 days 13 hours ago #15024

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Hi JohnO,
we found it ourself.
It is in nexus.css
thank you.
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Steffi for Frieda
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Changes in Main Menu; Text should be written in lower case 3 days 21 hours ago #15026

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Hello Steffi,

I read your question wrong. I thought you wanted the whole second word to be smaller.

The proper way to achieve what you want is to add any new css to the custom css styling parameter in the templates styling parameters. Doing it this way you are not adjusting any of the templates css files.

The solution would be to copy and paste the following css code into the custom css code filed in the templates styling parameters. Edit the text transform value as required.
#hornav ul ul li a {
    text-transform: capitalize !important;
}

This is an example of where you add the custom css code.




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JohnO
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