That’s an amazing change. I like it.
As usual i have 2 menu. Simple and Select (html tag). On PC i show the Simple, on mobile i show the select.
That’s what I’ve been using as well, but now it is not a solution anymore. If I decide to make a megamenu, then the content will be hidden.
I’ve been developing my own lately, but if you want a script this one is nice – http://www.berriart.com/sidr/
This looks good. Thanks for sharing.
I have my own scripts that I use Once is even on CC, yet to make that responsive
A good responsive menu only with CSS3 is not possible. You should know that.
@Smartik Why don’t you use bootstrap menu ? You can use customizer and download only menu. Also try this https://github.com/ComputerWolf/SlickNav it’s a small but configurable responsive menu script.
I don’t like bootstrap at all. Bootstrap menu is the last that I would ever use.
Same here, I also like to make everything myself, but sometimes it may not be required if someone else has made it better than you would do.
Hope it helps you to find the right theme.
Hi, all. Hope you have a nice day.
What responsive menu do you use. Do you use something custom or a script that can be found on the internet(free obviusly)?
I ask this because I’m not happy with what I’ve found on google. I already started to develop my custom solution, that is almost done, but maybe you have something better.
So, I’m ready for suggestions.
When I get messages like this(that they needed support within 1 hour), I respond them after 2 hours. Even if I can write the full answer in 1 minute. You know why…
I don’t know the answer to your question but I have to say something else.
The plugin is not compatible with MU sites. If a user has a MU installation and will try to import the content, it may not be able to do that or even worse, may generate other problems and you’ll be the one to answer the support questions. Are you sure that you still want to use this plugin?
Parallelus saidWe made one large site with buddypress and it was a pain in the arse from beginning to end. It was embarrassing to hand over something so unintuitive to the clients and in the end we just dropped the social side of the site until a better product comes along.
Have you ever developed a BuddyPress theme? If you do anything unique or custom at all it’s nothing but trouble. They’re a pain to create and even more difficult to maintain. Just say no to BuddyPress.
BuddyPress and bbPress are two plugins that I hate so much! The code base is trash and there is always something that will not work properly.