Off-Canvas Direction Right to Left

Web IT Solutions LLP
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Web IT Solutions LLP posted this 2 weeks ago

Dear Sir,

Can we get Horizontal Menu Off-Canvas Direction from Right to Left (RTL)? Right now it's coming from Left to Right (LTR) but some times I need it from Right to Left Flow. Is that possible, or you can add some updates to achieve the same.

Just share us at the code level is that possible to make it custom we can do the changes in our .js and .css files, please.

Regards
Suffian Ahmed

Dear Sir, Can we get Horizontal Menu Off-Canvas Direction from Right to Left (RTL)? Right now it's coming from Left to Right (LTR) but some times I need it from Right to Left Flow. Is that possible, or you can add some updates to achieve the same. Just share us at the code level is that possible to make it custom we can do the changes in our .js and .css files, please. Regards Suffian Ahmed
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Web IT Solutions LLP
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Web IT Solutions LLP posted this 2 weeks ago

Hello Sir,

Please check my screenshot for the same.


@media (max-width: 991px)
.bd-hmenu-1 .navbar-collapse {
    position: fixed !important;
    z-index: 100;
    top: 0;
    bottom: 0;
    left: 0; /* changed to right */
    right: auto !important; /* changed to left */
    overflow-y: auto !important;

we changed some values left and right and navbar-collapse changed direction from LTR to RTL (Right to Left Direction)... Still, some more changes need to make it in order to make the background stable and slide in the opposite direction.

Sample URL -http://gulfcornermedicaltourism.com/ for reference. Check the screenshot attached for better inputs and references.

Can you help me to achieve the same, please?

Regards
Suffian Ahmed

Hello Sir, Please check my screenshot for the same. ------------------------------------------------------- @media (max-width: 991px) .bd-hmenu-1 .navbar-collapse { position: fixed !important; z-index: 100; top: 0; bottom: 0; left: 0; /* changed to right */ right: auto !important; /* changed to left */ overflow-y: auto !important; we changed some values left and right and navbar-collapse changed direction from LTR to RTL (Right to Left Direction)... Still, some more changes need to make it in order to make the background stable and slide in the opposite direction. Sample URL -http://gulfcornermedicaltourism.com/ for reference. Check the screenshot attached for better inputs and references. Can you help me to achieve the same, please? Regards Suffian Ahmed
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