Manager backend fullscreen nav bar

3 years 1 month ago - 3 years 1 month ago #44961 by David H
Hi Vince et al - belated "Happy New Year" to all!

WordPress 4.7.1
Jomres 9.8.25
On localhost

I'm building a WP site (wish I'd never started it - should've kept to Joomla!), and I'm having probs. with the manager backend nav. bar dropdown menus.

The default dropdowns work fine, but the fullscreen ones don't - there's a linking cursor, but no dropdown on click with any template other than Leohtian (a more 'traditional' template is required, so can't use that!).

I've installed several other templates from WP which I've tested and should work OK, but to no-go.

I've noticed that the paths from the default gui and the freescreen gui dropdowns are different i.e.:


Should they be the same? Me not know!

Has anyone else experienced this problem?


Last edit: 3 years 1 month ago by David H.

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