Navbar and Background HELP.

Hello there, I am almost completly new to CSS and want to get some problems solved as quick as possible.
I'm a graphicer, designing a webshop with graphics and so on, we are currently using a platform to host our webshop and it has some easy feauters such as: Upload file/image, Create new page with articles, upload price and much more. Well my point is that this platform gets most of the job done.
However I have created a navigation bar on this platform and now I want a clean hover and marked function for it.
The navbar is located in this section:

Menu Items on top of each other

I'm trying to create a menu, but the submenu items are on top of each other.

Here is a link to the demo:

Trouble with CSS in a Tumblr theme

So I've been messing around on one of my side tumblrs, making it pretty and practicing my coding skills. I wanted a dropdown menu for part of it, because there were enough links that having them all visible all the time would take up a lot of space. I tried splicing in code for such a thing and then modifying it to fit the rest of my CSS, but that wasn't working, so I ended up on a site where you just put your titles and links in and it makes the code for you. It's working great, but only on the one page I've been working on.

Edit CSS file in wordpress theme

I want to make bigger font size of main menu.

I tried to correct some code, but it didn't work.

This is the header portion of style.css:

.head-row1 { height:90px; width:100%; overflow:hidden;}
.head-row1 .col1 { float:left; }
.head-row1 .col2 { float:right;}
.head-row2 { height:45px; width:100%;background:none; margin-bottom:11px;}
.head-row2 .col1 { float:left; width:721px;}
.head-row2 .col2 { float:left; width: 230px; margin: 7px 0 0 0;}
.head-row3 { width:100%;}
.head-row4 { height:; width:100%;}

Calling multiple images within a div or layer

Hi all,

I'm new to the forum so don't laugh too hard at my question here.

Okay, I'm fairly conversant in CSS - I say "fairly" because I know I still have a lot to learn.

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