• Resolved thardy99


    The menu top level is not aligning, and jumping all over the place on hover. The black background is tall enough for the sub-menus even when they are hidden. And the width of the top menu li shifts when I hover. Unfortunately, I can’t post a link due to confidentiality. This is a production site and I am working on a local copy, testing this menu.

    I have removed the child theme so it is pure Twenty Twelve, searched the docs and forum, removed the residual styling by removing nav wrapper (etc) in the header.php so that is is just…

    <?php wp_nav_menu( array( 'theme_location' => 'primary', 'menu_class' => 'nav-menu' ) ); ?>

    As I read this, I did update everything to the latest releases and it didn’t fix it.
    No js errors in the console.

    I did a little exploration in browser developer tools and temporarily changed
    #mega-menu-wrap-primary #mega-menu-primary > li.mega-menu-item { ... vertical-align: top; }
    That helps vertically but I still get the shimmy on hover horizontally.
    I am sure that’s a hint but I am not sure where to go with it.

    And now I am stumped, what to try next?


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  • Thread Starter thardy99


    Ugh! Next step is always de-activate plugins. Now I have to figure out which one as I add a bunch back in.

    Maybe this will help somebody else.

    I’d still like to know why you don’t list Twenty Twelve in the themes that you have tested. I only found it in the developer notes on your site.



    Looks like Max Mega Menu works with default theme Twenty Sixteen.


    Thread Starter thardy99


    Luke, yes I see Twenty Sixteen and about three pages of other themes in the list but not Twenty Twelve and it is way too late to convert this to another theme. I considered it but probably won’t do that for a while.

    The problem was a plugin conflict. Whoever built this website originally had way to many unused plugins activated. Ah the joys of inheriting someone else’s site.

    • This reply was modified 7 years, 9 months ago by thardy99.
    Plugin Author megamenu



    There aren’t any instructions for Twenty Twelve as none are needed – MMM is compatible with no theme changes. Good to hear you found the problem in the end.


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