Re: How to create submenu containing BuddyPress tabs (editing header.php)?
Did you put the CSS in a file called custom.css or inside the default.css file?
I copied David’s code into default.css below the Navigation section, copied David’s PHP, and bingo! It worked!
If you want it in a seperate CSS file, I think you have to import it in default.css
@import url( ../css/custom.css );
or link to it in header.php:
<link href="../css/custom.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css">
The url depends on where your custom.css file is stored.
P.S. Your website is nice. Maybe you should try the Avenue K9 theme; it fits your site well. If you use it, just let me know, I’ve got the customised CSS for the subnav items for the theme.