I have a technical WordPress question I’m hoping someone can help me solve. I want to add an additional link in my WordPress theme header to a “Dynamic Duo” page Kevin Honeycutt has created for us to share, in cross-promoting each other as professional development speakers / workshop leaders / keynoters. You can see the link in my header now, but the CSS formatting is not working correctly because the link is not aligned in the middle of the link area. I’m using the LightWord WordPress theme. This is the code I’m using now in my header.php file. Any suggestions to fix this?
<?php lw_header_image(); ?>
<?php lw_rss_feed(); ?>
<ul id=”front_menu”<?php echo lw_expmenu(); ?>>
<?php echo lw_homebtn(__(‘Home’,’lightword’)); ?>
<li><a title=”Dynamic Duo” href=”http://web.me.com/khoneycuttessdack/kevinhoneycutt.org/Dynamic_Duo.html”>Dynamic Duo</a></li>
<?php echo lw_wp_list_pages(); ?>
<?php echo lw_searchbox(); ?>
— end of code —
I used HTMLizer to convert this code so WordPress would display it properly.
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