The QuadMenu Plugin offers a variety of layouts such as horizontal, mobile and vertical layouts.
The default layout called Collapsed is the default menu behaviour in most websites and shows an icon for the mobile screens to display a vertical menu.
An other option is the Offcanvas layout. This is one of the most beautiful layouts, allowing you to display an horizontal menu in desktop screens and a vertical menu on mobile devices.
Like the standard layout, the menu is displayed when the user presses the toggle button. But unlike this, the offcanvas menu displays a menu with an sliding effect.
The vertical layouts is one of those QuadMenu functions that lends to easier customization of the blog.
In this layout the the end-user only views a toggle button that slides the menu. This is a great option for a minimalist themed blog, where you may not want too many menu options cluttering the interface.
Also there is another layout called Inherit. This layout enables users to integrate the menu right into the document section. This option is a perfect fit for menus located on the sidebar of the blog, since it is easier to integrate a vertical menu, without other options altering the behavior of the menu display.
QuadMenu isn’t just a responsive menu, it has a touch interface which significantly improves the user experience on these screens.
The QuadMenu plugin has been designed with a mobile first concept, which means that the layout for menus effortlessly responds to all screen sizes. However, it doesn’t just stop at responsive menus.
The touch interface further helps to enhance the overall user experience. For instance, if the end user is on a touchscreen, the very first click opens up the submenu item. Once the submenu item is revealed, there is also a close button attached to the item, to enable easy navigation. The second click opens the URL of the submenu item.
You can control the responsiveness of the menu layout by choosing an appropriate breakpoint for controlling the width of the viewport at which the user wishes to collapse the menu.
Our state-of-the-art plugin helps you customize an unlimited number of mega menus, even if you don’t have programming skills.
The QuadMenu Plugin is so versatile that the range of options is truly an eye-opener. With manual and automatic integration, there is no dearth in the manner in which you choose to adapt your menus into your blog.
The support for WordPress multisite as well as child themes is an added benefit. The full range of menu styles enables seamless customization as well as individual styles for each theme location.You can choose to hide or reveal menu items based on the size of the screen on the device.
The various widgets and tabs help you neatly arrange submenu options and cascade them according to your benefit.
The Google Fonts feature provides a plethora of font options that will leave you with no dearth of choices in a truly customized feel on your blog.
Dropdown animations lend a sophistication that will set your blog apart from the scores of other cookie-cutter WordPress blogs in the market today. You can access the Metabox and change theme locations for any blog page or post. The account functions are easily accessed once you login to your blog.
The QuadMenu Plugin also offers support for Contact Form 7, Visual Composer, Easy Digital Downloads and WooCommerce, the latter two being part of the Shopping Cart feature.
Posted by olivia | Apr 7, 2018 | Tech | 0 |
by olivia | Apr 7, 2018 | Tech | 0 |
Divi Mega Menu by QuadMenu is the best plugin to easily integrate a Mega Menu in to your themes.
This plugin have been designed for both regular users and developers.