I’m happy to say I LOVE the functionality of this plugin. I had a working menu using a fixed button on this staging website: Website ( PW: TOA2DHS ). Because the client wanted the button in a more visible spot for desktop (next to horiz menu) I moved it to within a div (you’ll see the new button location to the right of the red menu bar). This was done following this post:
It needs style-work for mobile, but I’ve got it where I need it for desktop, AND the button triggers the menu panel BUT no menu is displayed. The last thing I did was to enable “Shortcode.” Before that clicking the visible shortcode string on the frontend opened the panel AND the menu. I can’t figure out what went wrong. This is our shortcode in a custom theme header:
<?php echo do_shortcode(‘[responsive_menu_pro menu_to_use=”menu-94″]’); ?>
I’ve gone through all of the plugin settings and tried switching to a different menu but haven’t had any luck.
Did I miss something? It worked fine as a fixed button menu with no div and as a shortcode string/link IN a div <i>before</i> enabling shortcode. I would GREATLY appreciate any help you can offer.
The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]
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