Support » Theme: Kale » Top Menu with a parent page. Parent href is #

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  • Hello Tosh,

    Thanks for reaching out and for trying out Kale. We appreciate it.

    Can you please confirm that the menu from your screenshot is the same menu you set as Main Menu? It’s in the Menu Settings at the bottom of Appearance -> Menu section. I visited your site and there isn’t any submenu in About menu page. Testimonials and Contact are at the end of the main menu. Please see screenshot of your site: https://www.screencast.com/t/kkRtjMCeZbQ

    Everything looks good. It should work.

    Feel free to reach out if you need anything.

    Best regards,
    Jarek
    Kale Support

    • This reply was modified 5 years, 5 months ago by jarektheme.
    Thread Starter Tosh

    (@xberserker)

    I removed the submenu to see if I could fit them all on the same line.

    I added the submenu back so you can take a look. It’s the same settings as the screenshot in the 1st post. Any thoughts?

    I have the same issue. Any menu that has sub-menus the parent page in the menu does not work. It just has # at the end of the URL and shows the sub menus.

    Theme Author lyrathemes

    (@lyrathemes)

    This is a conscious design decision and the dropdown menus follow the convention followed by the Bootstrap CSS framework.

    As you can see here, the dropdown opens onclick and the parent node is always “#”. That allows touch screen users (such as those on tablets and mobile phones) to utilize the menu by tapping on the parent menu node (since there is no “hover” on touch screens).

    Also, if the main node takes the user away from the page on click, then the user may not be able to see the dropdown options.

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