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Hello Joomla 51 Team,

first i must say, that i like your templates really very much and i use them for a lot of my clients as well.
At now i have a problem with the template precence, beause everytime, when i use asecond language, the mainmenu in the top is going away.

Maybe you can have a look at the side to understand what i mean:

At second i have problems with the logo text on the top. There are always some white pixel over it, and i cannot find the place, where i can delete that in the template css.

If you could help me somehow, it would be great!

Thank you very much!
Accepted Answer Pending Moderation

May I suggest sending temporary administration access to your Joomla installation to and we will examine this issue further. For our reference please paste a link to this post in your email.

The white line across the top of your page appears to be caused by the following CSS added to your templates template.css...

#header.block_holder, #footermenu.block_holder {
padding: 0;

Was there something in particualr you are trying to achieve with this CSS?

  1. more than a month ago
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Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
Thank you

We have created a new style of your template and set it to the English menus and ensuring it is selected to the English menu items in the Menu Assignment and all appears to be now working fine.

  1. more than a month ago
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