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  • #147434
    anglickyonline
    Participant

    Hello,

    could I ask you for help in disabling the automatic capital letters at the beginnings of words in all parts of the menu, links and footers. It’s not grammatically correct in my language.

    For example, right now it’s “Soubory Cookies” and “O Nás” and “Slovní Zásoba” and I’d like it to be “Soubory cookies”, “O nás”, “Slovní zásoba”.

    Thank you!
    Christine

    #147478
    Psink
    Keymaster

    can you please share your site URL?

    Regards,
    Psink

    #147487
    anglickyonline
    Participant

    Here’s my site. Right now, you will see all links in all capital letters. Which is how I chose to temporarily deal with the automatic initial capitals because they looked really awful in Czech.

    Thanks!

    #147490
    Psink
    Keymaster

    Hello Anglicky

    Please add this css in Additional Css –

    
    .main-navigation a{
          text-transform: none;
    }
    
    

    Have a great day

    Regards,
    Psink

    #147491
    anglickyonline
    Participant

    Thank you for the code. That did help with one part of the menu. The main navigation. However, the automatic capital letters remain in the top header menu, and the menu items which are under the main ones (as in, Služby -> Výuka Online). The same goes for the link to the privacy policy at the bottom of the page.

    And now I’ve noticed that this happens in the description of the website as well.

    Is there a code that I could put in the CSS that would prevent ALL text transformation everywhere, not just in the links? Or could you direct me to where I can find out what the various parts of the page are called in the code, I assume the bit with {
    text-transform: none;
    } stays the same.

    Thanks!

    #147493
    Psink
    Keymaster

    Remove the previous css and add this one

    
    a,
    .site-header-top-main .site-navigation a,
    .header-style-two .site-header .site-header-main .wrapper .site-description,
    .site-description,
    .main-navigation .sub-menu a,
    .top-navigation .sub-menu a,
    .widget-area:not(.sidebar) .widget .widget-title,
    .posts-navigation a, #content #infinite-handle span button, 
    .header-media .more-link,
    .main-navigation a{
          text-transform: none !important;
    }
    

    However, it works for site title, site description, buttons
    But for some reason, it doesn’t work for the top bar menu and child menu because output text is in Uppercase form

    As you can see the difference in screen record
    https://www.awesomescreenshot.com/video/3234559?key=30e9eb1a91534924914d6c011e54a5f4

    Since the text output is in the uppercase on your site as you can see – it shouldn’t be like that
    At the end of the video on another site as you can see there is no uppercase text on the child menu

    Can you check your menu panel on the customizer maybe there is an issue? I guess there may be all uppercase text assign to menu items

    Regards,
    Psink

    • This reply was modified 3 weeks, 1 day ago by Psink.
    #147496
    anglickyonline
    Participant

    Thank you very much!

    So far, it seems to have worked everywhere I needed it to.

    The all uppercase letters in the menu was how I dealt with the grammatically incorrect automatic capital letters. So far, it seems that the customization code you gave me was sufficiently general.

    Thanks again!

    Christine

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