This conversation started through the contact form so I’ve pasted part of it here for clarity.
[Me: Is it possible to have my top menu be on the same plane as the logo? I added one more item to it and it dropped below the site title and tagline.
Response : The menu in your website is breaking down to two rows as the title and description in the left are taking up a lot of space due to huge content. Also, CSS fixings would also break the layout in responsive views. Our suggestions would be to use the the logo with text you want to show in the section OR to decrease the primary menu items ( dropdowns ) for the fix of the issue.]
I don’t follow the bolded part of the response. I think will be ok, because I have a new question related to your second suggestion (after OR).
Is it possible to create an item in the menu that is a parent so once you click on it it will give you choices. For example, menu item – About – On the click you would see Bio and Contact. When you select one you would then go to that page. Another example, menu item – The Map – On the click you see Pre-planning and On the Road. This way I could reduce the number of items in the top menu. Is this what you mean by (dropdowns)?
Thanks for your earlier response to my other problems. The CSS for the thinner blog banners works perfectly and my link color issue I think I fixed by the time you got to it. If I have another problem with that I’ll bug you again, ha ha.