Support » Theme: GeneratePress » Burger Menu don’t show all existing Menu items

  • Resolved happylchf

    (@happylchf)


    Burger Menu don’t show all existing Menu items in Generatepress

    The problem is only visible when you are using/creating several Menu-Items:
    Here is an Example of my Burger-Menu-Problem:

    Menu01
    Menu02
       Sub_02_1
       Sub_02_2
       Sub_02_3
       Sub_02_4
       Sub_02_5
       Sub_02_6
    Menu03
    Menu04
    Menu05
    Menu06
    Menu07
    Menu08
    Menu09
    Menu10   
       Sub_10_1
       Sub_10_2
       Sub_10_3
    ---> Problem starts here:
    ---> Folowing Menus are not visible in Burger-Menu!
       Sub_10_4
       Sub_10_5
       Sub_10_6

    In the normal Menu you can see all menu-items!
    In the Burger Menu you can not srcoll down to see all menu-items!
    The Problem is indenpendent of Browser (tested under: IE, FF and Chrome).
    If you move Menu10 (with all Submenus) to the top of the list, the missing menu-items are visible.

    Bug? Or what to do under Generatepress to make all Menu-items visible in Burger-Menu?
    Please check….

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  • Theme Author Tom

    (@edge22)

    Hi there,

    This is happening because your navigation is sticky, which fixes the element to the top of the screen. This makes it so it doesn’t scroll down as you scroll.

    When people run into this in our pro version, we typically suggest they use the Slideout Navigation to display their mobile menu if the menu is long.

    Without our pro version, something like this might help: https://wordpress.org/plugins/shiftnav-responsive-mobile-menu/

    As for the menu itself, this is something I’d like to find a fix for. Unfortunately, it seems like it would require a javascript library to fix it as of right now, which would be a shame when it comes to page speed.

    Let me know if you need more info πŸ™‚

    Thread Starter happylchf

    (@happylchf)

    Hello Tom,

    thx for very fast reply and support:

    Thanks for the tip, that the menu problem is a Sticky-Problem!

    You are right:
    To hold the Menu on the top I’m using the
    Plugin “Sticky Menu (or Anything!) on Scroll” author: Mark Senff

    I have checked the Settings of the plugin ->
    In the Settings there is the (optional) parameter:

    Do not stick element when screen smaller than: (optional)“.
    Now I have set it to 783 pixels!

    -> So that the Menu is not sticky anymore for small screen resolutions!

    With these settings I can see again all missing menu-items!

    Best Greetings

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    Theme Author Tom

    (@edge22)

    Awesome – glad I could help! πŸ™‚

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