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Secondary Nav to work "mobile - friendly"....?


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Secondary Nav is great -

its the only Nav that lets me assign (header-)Menu's individually for each page !!

 

BUT its not mobile friendly

(if I resize the browser, menue points jump to second row...)

 

Maybe has anyone a solution to turn secondary Nav in a "mobile friendly menu" ?

(or how to make the mobile menu plugin work with secondary Nav?)

????

 

That would be awesome!

Cheers

Julius

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Buongiorno Julius,

 

The Secondary Nav is one of the legacy sections from our older products and essentially predates responsive code. I'm afraid it would be a major undertaking to redo the code to make this fully responsive.

 

The only other options I can think of are:

1.  use the Full-Width Sidebar where you were using the Secondary Nav and place the code for the Grid System in a text widget inside that sidebar.  This is going to be quite a bit of work and will require the plugin Widget Logic so that you can apply a widget for each page where you used to have the Secondary Nav.

2.  Still using the Full-Width Sidebar, you can create a custom menu in a text widget, using Widget Logic to assign the widget to the specific page. 

 

All these are very complex solutions, so you may wish to contact one of our Pros to see if one of them could help customize the Secondary Nav as a responsive section.

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Buongiorno Rob :-)

 

Thanx for the quick answer!

I will check whats best to do.

 

In any case this would be a fantastic feature -

hope someone codes a section or a plugin for this :-)

 

Ciao

Julius

 

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It would be very good, I agree.

 

Thanks for your kind patience.

 

Buona Pasqua!

 

Ciao!

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