Search for “Responsive Menu” in the text field on the right. Install and activate the plugin. There will be a new control added to the left admin bar of WordPress called, “Responsive Menu.” Click this to open the settings. The plugin gives you a great deal of control when it comes to creating a custom navigation menu.
- Go to your admin area and select Plugins -> Add new from the menu.
- Search for “WP Responsive Menu”.
- Click install.
- Click activate.
- Once the plugin is installed then you can see WPR Menu on the left navigation bar of WordPress Dashboard.
Under Basic settings, add the navigation bar you want to be your sticky menu.
- Change any desired settings, like the space between the top of the page and the sticky element.
- Click Save Settings.
- Refresh your website to see your sticky menu.
By responsive menus, we mean quite simply navigation menus whose presentation or behavior is altered on different devices and screen widths. There are various approaches to achieving this, whether by using CSS or other languages such as PHP. In this article, we’ll look at what can be done with CSS media queries.
By default the Total theme adds a searchform to the sidebar and toggle mobile menu styles so your mobile visitors can easily search your site. However, if you don’t want it or don’t like it you can disable it via the settings at Appearance > Customize > Header > Mobile Menu.
Also known as “fixed menus” and “hovering menus”, floating menus stay in a fixed position when you scroll the page. They appear to “float” on top of the page as you scroll. Creating a floating menu is very simple and quite painless.
You edit your WordPress main menu as follows. Log into your WordPress website, go to ‘Appearance’ and click on ‘Menus’ in the left side menu. Click on ‘Select a menu to edit’ and choose the menu you want to change.
Thanks for getting in touch with us! If you wish to remove the secondary menu with the social icons, please go to the Header settings in the theme options. Under the tab Extra Elements disable the Header Social Icons and the Secondary Menu.
If you want to use 3rd party plugin then you just have to add below css code into your stylesheet or you can also add this code into your additional css from theme customizer. This code removes your hamburger menu. After that, you can use your 3rd party plugin.
How do I add a hamburger in WordPress?
So here are 10 WordPress Plugins that you can use to create a better hamburger menu navigation for your WordPress website.
- Slick Menu. …
- Navi: Fullscreen WordPress Menu. …
- Superfly Menu. …
- Morph: Flyout Mobile Menu for WordPress. …
- TapTap: A Super Customizable WordPress Mobile Menu. …
- Jumbo. …
- Overlay Menu WordPress Plugin.