I have been building a new, simple website over the last day or two for one of my businesses using the Tesseract Theme, a really great theme for making a nice and simple self hosted WordPress website.
I ran into the problem where my menu items were wrapping onto two lines, even though the items hadn’t used up the full width of the bar and I still have menu items I want to include at this point. Here’s what it looked like:
After searching for the last few hours for a quick fix no viable solution really showed its face so I put my limited knowledge of CSS to the test and came up with this:
Believe it or not it seemed to do the trick:
Now the menu makes the whole website look more sleek and professional.
To insert the code into the CSS follow these instructions:
Log into WP-Admin > Appearance > Customise > Additional CSS
Here’s the website.
Let me know if it’s helped you out in the comments below.
Have you ever had that heart-sinking feeling when an appliance makes a noise you’ve never heard before? An alarm sounds and all you can think of is how much it’s going to cost you to call an engineer out to fix it. This happened to me a couple of evenings ago. I have an Electrolux integrated dishwasher, model ESL 4200LO. It’s only just out of warranty, typical!
I checked the machine out and found that the empty pump was running constantly, even when I opened the door, usually everything stops at this point, but it didn’t. The alarm was beeping 3 times intermittently along with a flashing “end of cycle” LED. The only way I could get everything to stop was to turn off the power, not the ideal situation.
I checked the manual to see what the alarm meant and it turns out that the Anti-Flood device had been activated. This activates if the machine detects a leak, handy to know that your kitchen won’t be flooded if something goes wrong. Continue reading “How to reset the Anti-Flood Device on your Electrolux Dishwasher”