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    Demian

    @mariusjopen Now that I've taken the 'leap', bought Lay Theme and had a play around with Word Press for the first time I realise that what I was asking can all be done with Lay Theme's multi menu option and Wordpress' positional options, ie. Align Top-Left at position 25% and 50% etc to follow a 4 grid for example.

    Maybe I was over complicating my request with the supplied URLs? In any case, all taken care of now.

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    Demian

    Well, it's not the answer I was hoping for, but at least I know where I stand :)

    Thanks all the same. Time to find a developer I guess!

    No chance you'll add this to Lay theme in the future? As mentioned, it seems to be missing altogether in the
    world of Wordpress themes. Is there a reason people settle for the basic, outdated layout options of Wordpress' default nav? Is it too difficult to code verses pay off?

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    Demian

    —— Apologies if this question has already been asked on here. I had a bit of a search and couldn't find anything. ——

    TL;DR
    Can Gridder/Lay theme be used to determine the position of Nav items?

    Verbose
    I haven't made the purchase yet and am kind of holding off because I can't find clarification around one feature that's really key for me (from a visual point at least).

    This is: Having items in the main nav follow the same global grid rules at the content that sits below. Examples:
    studiosouth.co.nz
    platoon.studio

    You'll notice the navs' on these sites don't anchor to the right or to the hard left, or not even to the left with an offset for a logo image. Rather, their position is set based on a global grid.

    I'm finding it really difficult to dig up any info on the above 'feature' for any Wordpress related theme/CSS/tool etc. So if Lay/Gridder can't achieve this and anyone knows of another way, please do tell.

    Cheers

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