Jumbo is a WordPress menu plugin that you can add to any theme, and it comes with a bit of a unique twist. Next to allowing you to build a bold, memorable and fully responsive full-screen menu, you can also create an optional, secondary drop-down menu.
Furthermore, you can set up a Gravatar image that will appear right next to the highly-visible menu buttons (as or version 1.2, a non-Gravatar image can be used as well), linking to any page you wish. For example, you can direct it to a custom profile or an ‘about me’ page that you’ve created (great for owners of personal blogs) but ultimately its use is up to you.
Thanks to its extensive customization possibilities, Jumbo is also suitable for essentially any site. You can make substantial customizations like change all colors, add a background image, re-position different elements, change the menu appearance speed and much more. As can be seen from the few examples and details below, you can end up with results that look and feel vastly different.
UPDATE 3.1 - Background image can now be displayed as a pattern. - Added option to lock body scroll when menu is opened.
UPDATE 3.0 PLEASE NOTE! Customization options are now under "Appearance > Customize > Jumbo Plugin". If you're upgrading from a pre-3.0 version of Jumbo, you'll need to re-enter your customization settings due to the WordPress Live Customizer integration. New features in 3.0: - Added option to hide your theme menu (by class/ID) - Completely re-built secondary drop-down menu --- It is now possible to add descriptions to menu items --- When dropdown menu has enough menu items to reach past the bottom of the screen, it now becomes scrollable (great for mobile screens) --- Added new animation to dropdown menu's sub-menu arrows - Custom text can now be added to Gravatar hover tooltip - Added rounded corners option to primary menu button icon - Updated icon set to latest version --- Added option to prevent icon set from loading (for cases where your theme already has the same icon set loaded or if you just don't use any icons with your menu items, so the icon set wouldn't be loaded unnecessarily)
UPDATE 2.0 - added option to hide main menu button (for cases where users want to use a custom element to activate the main menu, documentation updated accordingly) - updated icon set to latest version
UPDATE 1.9 - main menu is now 2-level (sub-menu items appear horizontally bellow the main menu item)
UPDATE 1.8 - added alternate main menu button animation - added option to close menu when menu item is clicked
UPDATE 1.7 - Secondary menu is now multi-level (sub-menus are now also activated by arrow, while top-level menu item can itself be a link) - Updated icon set to latest version
UPDATE 1.6 - Logo image (or any other image) can now be added above the main menu - Theme fonts can now be used on main menu (+ menu descriptions), secondary menu, as well as Gravatar tooltip - Added quick links to settings page for easier navigation
UPDATE 1.5 - menu buttons can now be placed to the right side of the screen
UPDATE 1.4 - when main menu is opened, the menu button now animates into an "X" - updated icon set to newest version
UPDATE 1.3 - added option to show the menu only to users who are logged in - added option to hide the menu at specific browser widths / resolutions - added option to make main and secondary menu button backgrounds transparent
UPDATE 1.2 - main menu can now be set to be opened by default on the front page - main menu can now slide-in from top, left, right or bottom (fade in/out still available as well) - added option to use a non-Gravatar profile image
UPDATE 1.1 - secondary menu now supports sub-menus - secondary menu now supports icons (300+ icons available, see updated documentation for details) - secondary menu can now be given custom width - main menu's background color transparency can now be changed, allowing for see-through menus where your page content is visible - added subtle Gravatar hover effect (can be disabled) - added all-uppercase options to main menu's items (small + big text separately) and secondary menu's items (top-level and sub-menu items separately)