Mobile menu - only top-level items display

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5 years 9 months ago #38386 by ivan.milic
Hmm, mistake it should be like that. Try to use:

http://javascrit:void(0);

instead of

#

for menu items having sub-items

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5 years 9 months ago - 5 years 9 months ago #38404 by chrisjclay
Thanks, that's a good tip, though I'm still wondering about displaying sub-menu items. Users can't even navigate your own demo with a mobile device - selecting "About Hot Church.ly", "K2 Component", or "Styles" does nothing since they're "External URL" menu items using these links - http://javascrit:void(0); - like you said. The only links in the demo's mobile menu that actually take you anywhere are Home, Blog, and Contact.

I'm really hoping I don't need to rebuild the menu using a third-party extension just so I can display sub-menu items for mobile users - is there really no way for the template to display them? Perhaps a snippet of code I could add?

Chris
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5 years 9 months ago #38412 by ivan.milic
Send us your link

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5 years 9 months ago #38427 by chrisjclay
The site is in development so my client won't want it publicly posted yet. Can I email it to you? If so, what address should I use? I can also provide super admin access if you need it.

Chris

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5 years 9 months ago #38434 by ivan.milic
Use "Report To Moderator"

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5 years 9 months ago #38518 by ivan.milic
tinyNav can not take sub items from that tpye of menu, you can switch to standard drop-down.

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