making a submenu non-mega?

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I'm trying to find where to make a menu a non-mega menu. I have a set of pages I want to expand vertically and not horizontally.

How do I go about doing that?

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jb1 replied on at Permalink Reply
There's a couple ways to do that. The new built-in "hamburger" support does that - you can choose the option for it to show all the time. The menu will be collapsed behind the hamburger icon.

Alternatively, there's a "responsive" option in Mega Menu to convert to a vertical list if the device (or surrounding DIV elelement) is the appropriate site. This might be your best choice.

Hope this helps.

bayleafmedia replied on at Permalink Reply 2 Attachments
Hi JB.

thanks for your response. I think maybe I didn't express what I was thinking correctly. I've attached two screenshots. One shows a portion of the current MegaMenu I have and the other shows a portion of what I am looking for. I think maybe what came across was a bit more complex than what I intended to have come across to you.

Correct me if I wrong, I think the way you may have taken my request was to change the way my menu in whole worked. I'm really looking to make two of my menus single column rather than multiple column.

Like applying this to those specific menus:
.jbmm.custom ul.mega-menuh li .sub-container.non-mega .sub {}

thanks again
bayleafmedia replied on at Permalink Reply
Hi jb,

I wanted to touch base one more time to see if my response clarified what I am trying to figure out.

jb1 replied on at Permalink Reply
Apologies for the delay in getting back to you, and thanks for your patience.

If the menu is being displayed like your screenshot, then the actual theme's CSS code could be causing that - the Mega Menu should default to a vertical list. If you use Google Chrome and right click on the menu, and then choose "inspect" you can see what CSS code is taking effect - in particular look for the files from your theme's folder.

Hope this helps.


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