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Discussion on LemonChili - A Restaurant WordPress Theme

Discussion on LemonChili - A Restaurant WordPress Theme

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Hello! We are using Version: 1.06.2. Is there a way to have the mobile menu open by default on mobile? Right now the customer has to click the small down arrow next to navigation to select the submenu options. We want the main menu to be open by default for mobile users. Thank you!

Are these functions and features? 1 Scaled 2 Fast 3 Lots of additional filters 4 Ability to display filtered results on the map 5 The date of adding the advertisement in the advertisement is visible 6 Photo gallery 7 Is there an expiry date for the items? 8 Can users display their products on a carousel on the ad home page. for example: paying 10 euros a day to post an item to the carousel home page or any list on the home page? 9 Restriction of access to contact details 10 Location with a radius to be able to display the results of filtering ads based on the distance from the selected location

Interested in this theme for a client but is this theme still going to be updated as necessary?

Hey there, thanks for your interest in LemonChili! Yes, the theme will be updated in the future with security fixes and to make it compatible with future versions of WordPress. Cheers!

How Can I Get Your Support

Maybe the email landed in your junk mail?

This is what I wrote:

In order for the food and drink menu pages to display menu items you will need to select a menu category for each page first: Go to Pages > All Pages, select a Menu page, select menu categories in the bottom left corner and click Update.

thank you for your support

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How can i change selected menu item font color and bg color

Hi! Add the following code into Appearance > Customize > Additional CSS and change the color values:

#topnavi li.menu-item:last-child {
    background: red;
}

#topnavi li.menu-item:last-child a {
    color: green;
}
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