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[Resolved] Mobile Nav problem

  • I am using a blank install of underscores starter theme. Only thing I have changed is the mobile nav Menu link. I pulled it out of the nav element and changed it from an h1 element to a href because the mobile nav plugin (not to be confused with wordpress plugin, I’m referring to a jquery plugin) I am using requires the “call to action” to be an href.

    None the less here is an example site that has the default content in it from a clean install of wordpress. To see the “Menu – CTA” link that should be showing and hiding the mobile nav like in their example here, you have to resize the browser to a mobile size.

    I have successfully used other jquery plugins for different parts of a website with wordpress. I am aware of the “no conflict mode”, but cant seem to get this instance to work.

    I am not a very advanced javascript/jquery guy – pretty much novice.

    Any idea to make this thing work?

    Thanks, Clayton

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