Wordpress Plugins Frequently Asked Questions - jQuery Vertical Mega Menu
If jQuery is hardcoded into your theme files this may cause plugins that rely on jQuery to break as reloading the jQuery library a second time overwrites previously loaded jQuery plugin files.
To avoid this you can add jQuery via your functions.php file using a built-in WordPress function. This will coordinate between all of the files that require the library … more
The twentyeleven theme has a setting, which allows you to turn off the sidebar for pages/posts.
If your widget is only appearing on the home page go to:
Check the setting for “Default Layout” – make sure that the “One-column, no sidebar” option is NOT selected. … more
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When using the WordPress Suffusion theme you may encounter problems with the sidebar due to the overflow in the theme’s CSS being set to hidden.
Two possible solutions include
1. Add the following CSS to the theme’s style sheet:
2. Set the sidebar to flatten – a Suffusion theme setting that connects all widget areas to display … more
There are several reasons why the menu may fail to load properly:
1. The necessary code is missing from the page footer. The plugin adds the required jQuery code to your template footer. Make sure that your template files contain the wp_footer() function – this is usually located just before the closing body tag in your theme’s footer file.
2. … more
Sometimes your theme files may have the CSS property “overflow” set to “hidden” on some page elements such as sidebars where your mega menu is located.
Check your page source code to see all of the tags that wrap your vertical mega menu and check in the theme’s style sheet for any that may have the CSS rule – overflow: … more
Whenever WordPress updates any plugin file ALL files in the plugin directory are first deleted and the updated files reinstalled.
This means that any modifications you may have done to the plugin files or if you have created your own custom skin in the plugin’s skin folder, will all be deleted.
Any changes you make to the plugins CSS should … more
This error can occur when the jQuery plugin file that creates the vertical mega menu has been overwritten because the jQuery library has been loaded a second time either by the theme files or another WordPress plugin.
Check your source code and your theme header.php file for any instance of the jQuery library being loaded.
jQuery should always be loaded … more
The widget works by taking the standard menu structure and creating the sub-menus from the nested links. To get the full effect you need to have 3 levels within the custom menu:
- First level is used for the main menu items
- The second level is used to create the sub-menu headings
- The 3rd level links are then grouped together under
See WordPress Tutorial – Create Your own Custom Vertical Mega Menu for more information and sample custom CSS. … more