Support » Plugin: Elementor Page Builder » Nav Menu tablet viewport ‘dead zone’

  • Scenario:

    – Nav Menu added, breakpoint left at default tablet, so it shows the toggle button on mobile/tablet viewports

    – Noticed on iPad Air 2, menu toggle does not display in landscape orientation, but it does display in portrait

    – troubleshot with desktop browser by dragging width down to smaller viewport:
    — Within desktop browser, menu toggle is hidden between exactly these pixel widths:
    1009px -> 1024px

    At 1025px it switches to the desktop viewport (viewport settings are default).

    I checked to see if any padding/margins were playing a part, thinking it might have compensated for the 25 pixels of dead space:
    – Removed all padding from menu toggle, its parent column(and set widget space to zero), and parent section, still hidden between 1009px and 1024px

    Any ideas? Is there a CSS workaround that can force the display of the toggle? If breakpoints are turned off, it just forces the horizontal menu display, and I want a toggle. Thanks.

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  • Plugin Support davidr90

    (@davidr90)

    If you are using the nav menu of your theme, you might be able to set the breakpoint of the toggle via your theme settings.
    Elementor does not have control over the menu from your theme.
    So, in that case, I would suggest contacting your theme developer.

    If you are using our Nav Menu widget in Elementor Pro, you’ll need to open a support ticket at my.elementor.com.

    WordPress.org rules state that commercial products are not supported here.

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