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hi, i’m so amaze about this MENU, is this possible to put it to Bigcommerce website? if i purchase it can you help me set it up?

Pixelworkshop

Hello, as this is not a plugin for Bigcommerce, you’d probably need to integrate it manually in your site. I’m not experienced at all with this platform so I really can’t provide help. What about hiring someone who has experience…?

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Hi, I am using your Universal Mega Menu, but now I need to add a Vertical Drop-Down Menu to some of my pages. I also have your CSS3 Mega Drop Down Menu with this vertical menu options, but they don’t work together. Can you suggest me some solution? Can I combine your mega menu with another vertical menu?

Pixelworkshop

Hello, please contact me from my profile page so I can see what you’ve done so far. My different menus don’t share any common classes so I’d need to see how you integrated them. Thanks !

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New Update – Version 1.1

This update is an improvement of the menu script files. If you already purchased this menu, you can get the latest version from your downloads page.

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Rulfer Purchased

Great job – as usual from Ptxelworkshop! I’ve purchased several of your excellent products, but there’s now quite some confusion as how they differ exactly (but that’s my problem, of course).

However, there are some features in the other menus which I’m missing in this one (which attracted my attention mainly because of «Universal» in its title). E.g., «menu_show_onload», a rather obvious feature for such a menu.

Is there a way to snippet this from one of those:
  • Mega Menu Reloaded
  • Responsive Mega Menu Complete Set
  • Sticky Footer
  • FlexiNav

Merci bien d’avance.

Default-user
Rulfer Purchased

A further question: When fixed header and footer is used with open_close_slide or open_close_fade, the panel which has been opened from the top menu does not close when a menu item is clicked in the bottom menu (and vice versa). So the panel from top and bottom overlap – which is not nice. How could this be avoided?

Correction: Pixelworkshop, sorry!

Pixelworkshop

Hello, first of all, thanks for your feedback !

The option allowing to show a drop down when the page loads is a bit tricky as it requires the whole menu to work on click (1 click to open, 1 click to close). It’s the only way to stick an element, otherwise hover events will just make it impossible.

The “universal” menu doesn’t have this option at all but it could be possible to reuse it from another menu (the “comlplete set” for example), if you’re not afraid into getting some JS stuff, then you should find your way to make it possible.

Concerning your second question, each menu it handeled completely separately so a click on menu A won’t have any effect on menu B. This way of coding the system made things much easier but what if you set the option menu_click_outside to true for both menus ?

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Rulfer Purchased

Thanks a lot for your quick response. Re question 2: I’m going to try with the «complete set» code. —R.

Pixelworkshop

Alright, thanks !

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Hello and thanks for all your contributions on CodeCanyon. I own several of them.

I was wondering if it is possible to show a few additional menu items only on the mobile version and not on the full version? Essentially, I use the whole top of our current website for a search box. However, when the site is resized to a mobile version, I’d like to show an icon or link on the menu that opens a new menu item for the search box. In the full version of the website, the search icon/link are not visible.

Thanks!

Pixelworkshop

Hello and thanks for using my work !

I guess that you could simply apply a class to the elements that need to be hidden on desktop and toggle their visibility with media queries…? For example all the items that have the class .hidden_item would have a display:none above a specific width and a display:block under this width if that makes sense.

Please let me know if this answers your question, I might have misunderstood.

Default-user

Completely makes sense! I totally didn’t think of that. Thanks so much for the quick response!

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From previous question:-

“I’m having a issue centering menu items along the full browser width. I placed the menu inside a 100% width div to give it full browser span but the menu items all left align. Is there a way to center the menu items without effecting the drop-down?”

I too need a solution for this please.

Pixelworkshop

Hello, I’ve sent you a reply, unfortunately I don’t have any perfect solution but I’ve something you can work on.

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Hello! I recently bought “Universal Responsive Mega Menu” and I think this is great piece of code. But there is only ONE thing that I think should be fixed to call this product “responsive”. When I turn javascript at large screen (media query big screen) this menu works fine. But when we downsize viewport (ie. at small mobile devices) menu turns into “mobile menu” and it remains unusable until js is disabled:/ I know that you have all necessary knowledge to fix it as I tested your “Responsive CSS3 Mega Drop Down Menu”

Or should I buy one of your other products? If so – there is no problem from my side. But please just let me know which one to choose beacuse they all have ‘responsive’ or ‘mega menu’ in the name and I really do not know what is the difference between them

Best regards.

Gabriel

Pixelworkshop

Hello, I’m not sure to understand how you manipulate javascript when you say that you “turn javascript at large screen” and that it’s “unusable until js is disabled”... The responsive version requires javascript at all times and the real test that matters is on mobiles. “Responsive” essentially means that it’s optimized for mobiles and this menu has been tested on different devices without any problem.

Default-user

Hi:) Thanks for your reply. I have made a mistake when I was writing my comment. It should be: “When I turn OFF javascript at large screen (media query big screen) this menu works fine”.

I was writing about situation when user has javascript (js) disabled.

In that case if we view menu at large screen (ie. 1024×768) menu is visible and despite of js turned off menu is usable.

But if I view the site with this menu at small screen (ie. smaller than 768 px wide) the menu turns into expendable menu with toggle.png (those 3 horizontal stripes). And if I have js (javascript) disabled this menu becomes unusable. I mean I cannot click on it to expand collapsed menu.

In your other product – “Responsive CSS3 Mega Drop Down Menu” menu works fine in such situation.

I hope I explained everything clearly now – and sorry once again for my mistake in first comment.

Best Regards

Gabriel

Pixelworkshop

Hello, thanks for clarifying. Each menu is built with a slight different approach and this one is much more complex than the other one you mentionned. That’s why it was necessary at some point to rely on javascript to make it fully responsive.

The switch between the menu bar and the menu button is done via CSS for the reason that some browsers don’t calculate widths in the same way. Because of that, there was an intermediate set of widths making the menu unusable. If this switch was made via javascript, it would solve the issue you’re mentionning but you would get this problematic intermediate state.

At this point, I don’t have any better solution, as this is a jquery menu, the idea behind it is that it relies a lot on javascript. If I can find a better way to handle the switch between desktop and mobile browsers, I’ll post an update for sure but this is something I can’t promise for now, I’d need to investigate and test different solutions.

Default-user

OK. Thanks for your reply. I look forward for new version then:) Meanwhile I will buy “Responsive CSS3 Mega Drop Down Menu” which works fine without js in small resolutions. And one more question – which of your menus you sell on codecanyon is most advanced? Is there any product that combines powerfull of “Universal Responsive Mega Menu” with “Responsive CSS3 Mega Drop Down Menu”?

Pixelworkshop

Alright, as I said, each menu is coded with a different approach, they sometimes offer quite different options so they can’t be compared like this. I try to make them flexible so users can choose between them and take the closest to what they need.

As for responsiveness, in my opinion this is something that doesn’t matter that much on desktop browsers, the real test must be done on mobiles and tablets. Desktop browsers just don’t render pages like mobiles and I’d be curious if there are many users browing the web on mobiles with JS disabled. Then that would definitely make sense to improve the CSS fallback. But well, these are just my thoughts :)

Default-user

Hi guys. I am sorry for the delay in my reply, but I was unavailable for few days.

You are right – the falback was intended to use for mobile users with JS disabled. I do not have any statistics how many of such visitors might be, but the rest of my website is prepared for such users, so I was thinking if it is possible to make your menu have such behaviour, beacuse in your Responsive CSS3 Mega Drop Down Menu this function works OK.

Thanks for your fast reply and once again – many congratz on your product! Good job!

Pixelworkshop

Thank you ! Generally responsiveness relies a lot on javascript, and except media queries, you can’t achieve a lot concerning mobile improvements with only CSS…

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Hello Pixelworks You menu looks very interesting to buy, my compliments to you for great work. I wanted to check with if I can use this when I am creating a website in Dreamweaver 6 on a responsive htm website and this menu will be a part of the template page. Also can the responsive mega menu be fixed on the top of the page and also if its possible to change color to very light grey or white. I am not very knowledgeable about hand coding htm or CSS.

Pixelworkshop

Hello and thanks ! To put it simply, yes the menu can be fixed and customized in any way. But using such a component requires to work in the code and therefore know quite a bit of HTML/CSS coding. Using a visual editor won’t be of any help as all the integration / customization work should be done directly in the source code. I hope that it’s more clear for you :)

Default-user

I know some coding in html and css, but not real pro. I can certainly go to the code view if there simple steps to be done. I know I will have to enter the links in the code view thats fine, so far there is documentation – I can follow even for making it fixed on the top. Also can I place the logo in the left and then the menu. If you have a different responsive mega menu, I can use that. There are 2 of your mega menus which one you recommend or any other you recommend.

Pixelworkshop

Hello, the different menus I have in my portfolio share a few options but I can’t really recommend you any of them in particular, it depends a lot on your needs.

The last one I released recently is for me the most flexible but it’s probably better for you if you take some time to carefully compare the different menus and make sure that the one you choose has all the features you need.

Additionally, I wrote a comparison of these menus at the end of my profile page.

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I purchased Universal Mega Menu and am implementing a pretty simple flyout drop down menu. Is there an automatic way to highlight the currently “active” menu item?? Some kind of jquery or other script?

Pixelworkshop

Hello, I don’t know any automatic script that would do that, and it depends a lot on the type of site you’re building (HTML, CMS, ecommerce…). But on a static site, you can simply create an “active” class in the CSS and apply it on the different pages to the corresponding menu item.

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Hello! Is there a way to make this menu vertical?

Thanx.

Pixelworkshop

Hello, sure but that would require a lot of customizations, especially to keep it responsive. Have you considered a vertical mega menu instead ? Depending on your needs, you could maybe find one that could fit into your project…?

Default-user

Yes, but i need it to open like the ‘Menu Tabs’ Tab from your Universal Responsive Mega Menu, and i didn;t find one.

Pixelworkshop

Ok I see, there would be a lot of work to make this menu vertical, but it depends on the site where you’d like to integrate it. If it doesn’t have to be responsive, then there’s not so much customizations to do. But anyway, I don’t remember seeing a menu like this with tabs, maybe it would be easier to find a vertical menu and add tabs…?

Default-user

Hey, i’ve bought your menu. Btw, great job with all the menus.

Can you help me make it vertical and it’s no problem if we loose the responsivness on it.

Thank you.

Pixelworkshop

Thanks, but that’s not a quick change that I could do for you, at this time I’m quite busy and I’m really not able to take customization works. You can try Microlancer or Getacoder, these a good places to hire coders.

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My Universal Mega Menu is not working properly on mobile devices. The ‘flyout’ drop down does not stay open for selection. I’m not sure what I messed up! Here’s the dev link: [link removed]

Is it an easy fix?? Thanks for any input you can provide!

Pixelworkshop

Hello and thanks for using my work ! Please send me your URL from my profile page instead, it’s most probably related to the way you customized the menu.

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Hello,

Thanks for a really slick menu system I bought it a few days ago..

I’d like to add icons inline to the left / right a bit like in your FlexiNav menu system

How is this possible? I can’t seem to get this to work easily eg. with things like font-awesome icons.

Pixelworkshop

Hello, I provide support but not for customizations or additions. Have you considered hiring a coder for this task ? You can have a look to Envato Studio for example.

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Nice menu,

Just wondering if it is under mobile view, can hover become click? This is mostly every megamenu problem.

Desktop = Hover / Click Mobile = Click

Or is there an options to select which select for this kind of scenario

Pixelworkshop

Hey, yes this is how it works. You can test the demo on mobiles, all desktop effects like hover or click are converted to the touch event on mobiles. And all my menus marked as responsive work like that.

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Hi, I contacted you last week by email with this question before buying:

In the previous demo, although I select HOVER, the DEMO does not hover. I’m using Chrome for Windows 8 and it is updated. I have to click for the menu to display. I tested in IE 11 in the same machine and works as intended. Could this be a bug?

You answered:

Hello ! Well, aren’t you using a computer that has a touch screen by any chance ? Because the script is made to detect mobile devices, or specifically touch screen to enable touch events. In that way, hover events can be replaced by touch events. On my Android, it works in both ways, on hover and on touch but it seems that on some devices, only the touch event is available. Alright, at this point I don’t have any fix, only android and ios devices handle that properly, for windows 8 touch screen devices, it’s still problematic.

I let these answers here for documentation, maybe helps someone using a touchscreen laptop like me.

I already bought the script and start using it, I’d like to know if any fix is released in the future (remember that in my touchscreen laptop it works with hover in IE 11 and Firefox, not in Chrome, maybe there’s a way to detect Chrome for Android and Chrome for desktops, I don’t know).

Another idea that I’d like to see (in this or a new menu from you) is that the dropdowns options, in responsive mode, open in right direction when touched. To understand better what I mean please see wikia.com in a mobile phone or sitepoint.com in responsive mode or in a mobile phone.

Many thanks and keep up the good work :)

Pixelworkshop

Hello ! Well for this issue, I’d prefer to avoid detecting Chrome, this browser is updated so often that it’s maybe not worth doing it. And I’d need first to identify the origin of the issue, that’s not something that I understand for now. Thanks for your suggestion !

Default-user

I was checking this question:

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/20818863/handling-hover-events-on-a-touch-screen

There is a response that goes to a test page here:

http://jsfiddle.net/68nxq/embedded/result/

That example seems to work fine for me. On my touchscreen laptop it hovers (shows the menu) correctly if I use the trackpad or mouse and it also shows the menu if I touch on the screen.

There is another article here too that works for me http://osvaldas.info/drop-down-navigation-responsive-and-touch-friendly

Maybe it helps to fix the menu.

Many thanks

Pixelworkshop

Hello and thanks for the suggestions but they seem to refer to a specific case, when you have a menu element that is a link and at the same time a drop down trigger. Is your issue happening only in Chrome ?

Default-user

Yes, mi issue is only happening in Chrome on Windows 8 with my touchscreen laptop, that’s why I think it can be solved. In my case, with Chrome using the mouse, hovering does not work.

On the other side, In Firefox and IE it works great with both mouse (it hovers) and using the touchscreen.

Many thanks!

Pixelworkshop

Alright, in fact targetting only Chrome is not a good idea, and this browser is updated quite frequently so I’m not sure if it makes sense to fix it. I’m not even sure if it’s possible, because for that I’d need to precisely understand why it doesn’t work. And in this case, I really have no idea why this is happening, and I don’t have the material to test / replicate the problem. Anyway, I’ll try to see what happens here, I can’t promise as for now…

Default-user

If you need any help in testing, you can count on me. I will try to find another megadropdown that works as expected.

Many thanks

Pixelworkshop

Thank you !

Default-user

Hi, me again! I discover that if I set the option “menu_responsive” to false it will work in Chrome with hover in my touchscreen laptop. Is there any problem if I set to false this option? What does exactly do?

Many thanks!

Pixelworkshop

Hello, well it just disables touch events so by default on mobiles you can toggle drop downs on touch. It works in some way but it’s not optimal on mobile devices.

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I’m trying to use a dropdown that is almost one of the last options in the menu (I mean, it’s just before the last item, so you can imagine is almost at the right side of the navigation).

If I use a dropdown, it starts to show it from left to right. I’m trying to show it from right to left (like the contact form you use in your examples).

I noticed that in the case of the dropdown you use a right_item class and a dropdown_right (that is missing from the CSS file). In my case I can’t use a right_item class, I would only need a dropdown_right class, but it does not work because this class is not in the CSS.

How can I achieve this?

Many thanks!

Pixelworkshop

Hello, the menu has some limitations concerning the positions of the drop downs. It is limited to a single drop down aligned to the right edge and you’re right, the class dropdown_right is not used in the CSS, it’s the parent element that sets the right position. And due to the complex structure of the menu, it doesn’t have the flexibility to make drop downs aligned to the right anywhere.

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wo2 Purchased

hi. your menus is awesome. i need one support, i mail already please response as soon as you can.. i am waiting..

Pixelworkshop

Hello, reply sent.

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are your items like menus bootsrap3 compatible? i mean can i use them on my bootstrap design? Thanks

Pixelworkshop

Hello, well they don’t have anything in common with bootstrap so it would be like adding an external element somehow. But this framework uses quite a few bad practises so some stylings could be overwritten. If you’re a bit experienced with CSS, it shouldn’t be a problem to fix them. From my testings, it was usually some paddings, margins, line-heights or colors that had to be fixed.

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Is it possible to hover instead of click going “Menu Tabs” -> “Gallery” -> “About” ... ? At the moment: Step 1: Hover on Menu Tabs Step 2 : Click to choose “Gallery”, “About” ... etc

Is it possible to change to ? Step 1: Hover on Menu Tabs Step 2 : HOVER to choose “Gallery”, “About” ... etc

Thank you

Pixelworkshop

Hello, if I understand well, you just want to switch from click to hover ? If so, there’s a quick solution : open mgmenu.js and replace this (at the line 241) :

menuTabsNav.click(function() {

By this :

menuTabsNav.hover(function() {

Thanks !

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I have to say that this is one of the best pieces of code that I have come across. Attention to detail has been spectacular (even behind the scenes and in the code by providing comments so that it becomes easier for the user to make use of the code). The code files were very well organized so that the users could easily and quickly get to the components that they want. Your hard work and due diligence is seen throughout. Thank You.

Pixelworkshop

Thank you very much for your comment :)

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HI,

Is it possible to configure it so that the menu pops up? Client wants the menu to pop up over the hero banner and not the main content.

Pixelworkshop

Hello, would you have an example showing this kind of menu ? I’m not sure to understand what you mean by pop up, thanks !

createsean

Here is a screenshot of the psd I recieved where when you hover over “live” the menu drops-up http://tinypic.com/r/709f0k/8

Pixelworkshop

Hello, if I understand well, it’s the same thing but at the bottom of the browser, a sticky footer is that correct ? Because this menu already offers this option (see the file 03_fixed_footer.html).

createsean

No this is at the top of the page, below the banner and above the page content. It’s the main page navigation, but it needs to drop-up not down.

Pixelworkshop

Ok, but only the footer can drop up. The file 03_fixed_footer.html shows the bar at the bottom with drop ups, it’s not at the top… Anyway, the provided HTML files show all possible layouts, if you need something different, you may need to add some custom CSS rules.

createsean

Okay – so the drop-down is css powered. Then it should be easy to reverse that. Thank you.

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