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Thank you for an awesome product. I easily cut my development time in 1/2 with this.

Documentation and code style are very clear and allowed me to get up and running in no time.

Pixelworkshop

Thank you :) !

Hello, we purchased.

I need help with some customization. Is there a way to pay for your help? I’m running out of time on this project.

Thank you.

Pixelworkshop

Hello and thank you ! You can reach me by email through my profile page, if you can provide enough details, I can get back to you quite soon. Thanks !

Hi

My need is http://www.rei.com/brands this type of menu. can your menu work like this and I need this menu for my .net site. Is it work with it or it works only with php.

Thanks & Regards Nitasha

Pixelworkshop

Hi, this menu can be customized to look and work like the one you’re referring to. I have no experience with .net so I really can’t say, but the files you get from Codecanyon are HTML, CSS and JS. It’s all static.

Default-user

Hi

thanks for reply. If I need old version js to work with menu than menu will work.

Pixelworkshop

Hello, what do you mean by “old version” JS ? Are you referring to jQuery ? If that’s the case, I can test a specific version for you if you want.

Hi! 1. Is it possible to install this menu bar on site bottom? And open tabs bottom – up (drop up) in mobile version? 2. Is it possible to install this menu inside Yours “StickyBars”?

Pixelworkshop

Ah ok, well on mobiles the problem is that you wouldn’t be able to see a whole “drop-up”. Fixed elements can’t be scrolled so if it doesn’t fit into the screen, it can’t be reached at all. That’s the reason why the footer switches to a regular menu on mobiles. I’m preparing a new product that somehow solves this issue with a different approach but it’s not 100% tested yet :)

Waldelmar

It means, that on mobiles if I put menu on bottom of the site the drop up submenu must be not higher then the mobile screen? Am I right?

Pixelworkshop

Yes that’s the idea. That’s why this menu is not fixed on mobiles so the content can always be reached.

Hi Pixelworkshop Is this menu works with Jquery v2,x ? Thanks Best regards

Pixelworkshop

Hi, I’ve just tested with the version 2.1.1 and it’s all good. Or would you need a test with a specific version ?

When there’s an issue related to the jQuery version it’s usually not difficult to solve but it’s better to ask before :)

Hi, is it possible to load contents in the dropdown sections via ajax?

Pixelworkshop

Yes sure but all this functionnality must be added manually, that’s not part of the menu.

I am loving the mega menu, but I have an odd request which I hope is possible with a small tweak in the jquery plugin.

Each drop down has an actual link on the parent li, this is great for seo. The parent li link when hovered displays the drop down. This is great for non touch devices, but I when touch devices use it, including PCs with touch screens and browsers which detect the touch screen (like Chrome), I want the parent li link to stop working and display the drop down. At the moment the drop down flashes and then goes to the link from the parent li.

I hope I am making sense :)

Pixelworkshop

Hello and thanks for using my work !

Actually that makes sense and it was already asked. On desktop browsers, there are 2 events for 2 actions (hover to toggle the drop down, click to load another URL) but on mobiles you have 1 event (touch) for those 2 actions. That’s why I usually recommend to use either a link or a drop down trigger for a given item.

Now on your side, you could for example make an additional script that would remove link URLs or disable the default behavior, I don’t know which method would be the best and such customization would require some solid testing.

Default-user

Thank you. I think I know where to start. I will create a script that detects when noactive class has been applied to an li and then use e.preventDefault(); to stop the link from working.

Hi

Thanks for the great menu!

Is there any way to get the menu to expand like an accordian rather than an overlay when it’s in small screen mode so that the next menu item is still visible. I hope this makes sense?

In addition I found an issue in IE11 which causes the menu to collapse on a carousel transition as the window.resize event is fired whenever an element is resized. I’ve implemented and tested out the fix described here http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1852751/window-resize-event-firing-in-internet-explorer by Amir Afridi and that resolves the issue. Let me know if it’s possible to add this to the library as it will save me maintaining a separate branch.

Regards Rob

Pixelworkshop

Hello and thanks for using my work !

Concerning the layout on mobiles, that would involve some significant changes in the CSS along with tests to ensure that it would look fine on all devices. Unfortunately I’m now too busy to take any extra work.

For IE11, it’s the first time I hear about that. If the problem happens in a specific context, I’d rather not update the menu as I need to keep it without fixes or hacks as much as possible. Now if that would happen in different contexts, with different configurations, an update would be for sure a good thing. But that needs to be investigated first, which carousel are you referring to ?

Actually most browsers just don’t handle the resize event properly, it’s still a problematic function that I personnally avoid if I can.

Hi there, Will this function in a Shopify system? if so what would bee needed for that?

Pixelworkshop

Hello, I’ve personnally never used Shopify, maybe you should ask on a forum where users who know this platform would be able to help you.

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