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This topic contains 4 replies, has 2 voices, and was last updated by  Roberto Porcar 4 years, 4 months ago.

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  • #3934

    Roberto Porcar
    Participant

    I get the 1 drop-down level on the header menu, but no one in the standard (left side).

    Is this correct?

    the footer is without dropdown as expected.

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    #3938

    Roberto Porcar
    Participant

    These are the settings shown on the menu:

    Theme locations

    Header Menu (Supports 1 drop-down level)
    Standard Menu (supports 1 drop-down level)
    Footer Menu (does NOT support drop-downs)

    #3937

    sdavis2702
    Keymaster
    Post count: 72

    What you see on the side is not the sidebar. That is your header. It’s not named based on its position on your screen. It’s named based on HTML flow.

    The standard menu is at the top of the page… below the header in the HTML flow.

    The header menu supports drop downs in terms of levels of menu nesting… not hover behavior. The standard and footer menus appear as you would expect.

    The only thing wrong right now is that the header menu (the one on the left) is supporting more levels than originally intended… but that’s not necessarily a bad thing. I just need to update the theme locations descriptions.

    #3936

    Roberto Porcar
    Participant

    Aha, I was expecting something like this on the left (a submenu):

    sample

    I’ll try to add some css for that. 🙂

    #3935

    sdavis2702
    Keymaster
    Post count: 72

    Sure thing. Remember child theme skeletons are just my interpretation of a direction to move in. Where you take things from there is totally up to you, though.

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