I struggle to implement a customer request.
He wants a specific menu, and to make that happen I had to modify the wordpress theme. Which works fine so far, but I can't find out how to format the header row properly.
The html generated by header.php looks something like this.
<div class="col-md-2 col-sm-8 col-ss-9 clearfix">
<div id="logo" class="logocase"></div>
<div class="col-md-10 col-sm-4 col-ss-3">
<nav> .... </nav>
The logo is (and needs to be) fixed width and I want the right colum to fill the rest of the browser window.
I tried several combinations of display and float styles but never get the right effect.
At the moment the row is display: block, float: none, width: 100%
The logo column is display: block, float: left, width: width: 324px
The right column is display: block, float: left, width: width: 628px
Of course, that doesn't scale the right column properly.
Could you suggest some display and float styles that would do the job?