Discussion on Responsive Vertical Dashboard Menu


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Nice work!! but there is a class for an active sub-category?

HI there, spent all day trying to get this to work. The icons (from font-awesome I assume) are not showing up and the sub menus will not slide open. The sub menu headings actually navigate to another pate unless I add href=”javascript:void(0)” to the anchor element. Any thoughts? any of this sound like issue you’ve encountered or heard about with this?

Worst documentation ever.

I see that at the second level or responsiveness, the menu displays just icons, and the next level turns it into a dropdown. Is it possible to go directly to the dropdown and completely avoid the level which shows only icons? I wanted to be sure before buying. Thanks!

Too bad the sidebar menu breaks with convention ai no nested uls, lis and anchors just a bunch of anchors.. bootstap does not style it as a navbar

Hi, is possible third submenu, with items ?

I love it! Would be great to get a third and forth level dropdowns

Hi, i love your menu, but there seem to be a problem if you use it to actually build a page for mobile devices. The touch from scrolling on a mobile device closes the menu. So you can’t reach any menu content which is outside the screensize. Since the menu closes if you try to scroll down, i.e. you can’t get lower than the 8th menu option on an iPhone (480px).


This is exactly what I am looking for but as a wordpress plugin. Are there any vertical dashboards like this that are wordpress compatible?

No matter how hard I search there are non for wordpress. What search term would you suggest?


I bought it, its nice and It works. except it doesnt work on iphone 5. the menu items are not clickable. Also, it would be nice to leave the sub menu open if active, instead of having to reopen the sub menus everytime. I also see the creator hasnt responded to any comments in a year. so I guess I’ll wait or recreate!

To make the menu work on iphones, change #responsive-admin-menu under the @media screen and (max-width: 480px) to this

//#responsive-admin-menu {
    min-height: 50px;
    float: left;
    width: 100%;
    background-color: #404040;
    height: auto;
    position: relative;
    z-index: 9999;

really, just changing it from position: static to position: relative fixes the buttons, there was also some z-index issues so I added z-index: 999; to correct this. Enjoy!