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Thank you, Syahir, it looks like THAT problem got solved just as you said. But that lead to a different problem. The reason I had a “header.php” Ã®n my child theme was that I customized the menu to have just seven tabs, each of which colored a different color.
(this I have done with lists, like this:
<ul id="menu" class="clearfix">
if( is_home() )
echo " id="current1"";
}?>>< a href = "http://www.sciencefriction.ro/" > Home < / a >
while “current1” was defined in style.ssh, like this:
border:1px solid #e0e0e0;
Now all that is gone, sadly, and, moreover, while on my Safari the page looks at least ok, meaning that the menu is all in one line, on Firefox things are a bit nastier, because my menu is now split on two rows.
So, if you can, I would like to find out from you if there is a solution to restore the original look of my blog, and if so, how to do this.
Thank you beforehand for your time,