This is a theme component that will allow you to build a header menu - with submenus - using plain text!
There are four groups of settings
Enter the items you want to appear on the menu. One comma-delimited item per line in this order
Text, icon, title, view
Text: what appears on the menu.
Icon: the icon displayed next to the item. If you do not want to use an icon, use
Title: the text that appears when the item is hovered.
View: Choose what devices the item appears on.
vdmappears on both desktop and mobile
vdoappears on desktops only,
vmoappears on mobiles only.
Due to lack of space, it is not recommended to add more than 3-4 items on mobile.
Enter a list of the submenu items you want to add to your menu. One comma-delimited item per line in this order
Parent, text, icon, URL, target, title
Parent: the name of the parent menu item which this submenu item should show under. Use the
textvalue from the list above.
Text: the text that shows for this submenu item.
Icon: the icon for this submenu item, use
noneif no icon is needed.
URL: the path this menu item links to. You can use relative paths as well.
Target: Choose whether this item will open in a new tab or in the same tab. Use
blankto open the link in a new tab, or use
selfto open it in the same tab.
Title: the text that shows when the item is hovered.
Dividers: You can also add dividers between submenu items. To add a divider use
Here’s a quick example to cover points 1 and 2 above:
Let’s say I want to add a menu item called
Design and add a few items to its submenu like so
I would first enter this as a
Design, magic, Get inspired!, vdm
And then enter these as
Design, Galleries, th, #, blank, Cool galleries for you to look at.
Design, Design process, lightbulb-o, #, blank, Learn the basics.
Design, Blog design, columns, #, blank, What makes for a great blog?
Design, Freebies, gift, #, blank, Everyone likes freebies!
Design, Photoshop tutorials, book, #, blank, Photoshop for beginners.
Design, Design trends, bar-chart, #, blank, Stay on top of the current trends!
The theme comes with a placeholder menu by default, so have a look at that and ask if you have questions.
these are pretty self-explanatory
These are empty by default, but if you add a color here, it will override the component’s defaults which are based on the current color scheme.
Follow the theme installation guide and add the theme component to your active themes.
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