If Your Theme Has a Fixed/Absolutely Positioned Header

Some themes will conflict with SuperSide Me because their site header element has an absolute or fixed position. Centric Pro (a child theme for the Genesis Framework) is an example of this. Prior to version 2.0 of SuperSide Me, the only way to correct this was to use a filter in PHP. Version 2.0 introduces several new settings, including easy access to change the main menu button’s location:

SuperSide Me: button location setting

Compare the menu button output with this quick change on a site using Centric Pro:

Centric Pro with new button location

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