Genesis Theme Framework is one of the most widely used Theme Framework to develop or customize WordPress powered websites. The best thing I like about Genesis Theme Framework is that it comes with multiple layout options for each page, posts, handy collection of widgets, built-in SEO options, 40+ custom coded hooks and many more. In addition to this, this theme framework comes with 38+ child themes and that too free if you purchase a Pro-Plus package and all future child themes for free they release in future. If you have not get your copy of Genesis Theme Framework, then get it right now:
Already, I have shared few tutorials on Genesis Theme Framework and continuing in same series, in this post I’m sharing a new tutorial which allows you to place Navigation Menu above header. Like other tutorials, this is also a step-by-step guide tutorial. Step1: First log-in into wp-admin panel, scroll down and click on “Editor” as shown below:
Step2: When you click on “Editor”, a new window open as shown below. Now click on “functions.php”.
Step3: When you click on “functions.php”, a new window open as shown below.
Step4: Now copy this code:
// Reposition the Primary Navigation
Step5: After copying above code, paste this code in “functions.php” file and click on “Update file” button as shown below:
Step6: Congratulations, you have successfully moved the Navigation Menu above header.
If you’ve not get your copy of Genesis Theme Framework, then get it right now: