Extended (mega) menu can be activated by adding a menu class.
To enable this feature, make sure the user has ‘WordPress Custom Menus’ enabled. If unsure, navigate to ‘Header Settings’ and find ‘WordPress Custom Menus’ and enable it.
After this, navigate to Apperance ? Menus.
Click on ‘Screen Options’ at the top right of the page and check the box for ‘CSS Classes’. Close ‘Screen Options’
To enable Extended Menus, click on a top menu and add in the correct text, as stated below. CSS Classes can only be added to the top menus.
By default there is 1 column. By adding in the text extended-menu this enables a full-width menu. Each child menu item you add under this menu item will act as a column.
More information about the setup is here: http://themeva.com/docs/dynamix/wordpress-custom-menu-extended-menu/
You can add image shortcodes as description and this adds the image to the menu. If you can send over your site’s URL and login credentials, I can create one as an example
Please don’t hesitate to contact us back if you encounter any issues.
What is the behavior that you were expecting from the menu? Have you tried disabling plugins to check if any of them is causing the issue?
Please send over your login credentials as well so we can check on this further.
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