How can I use different vertical menu style in the same Joomla template?

thiago7
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thiago7 posted this 12 August 2015

I'm working in a theme that has 4 different vertical menu styles. The layout is not mine, so I have to implement the template like this, unfortunately. I changed the first vertical menu style without any problems, but when I was working in the second menu style, the first changed too.

This is very important to my project and I have to do it anyway.

Can you help me?

I'm working in a theme that has 4 different vertical menu styles. The layout is not mine, so I have to implement the template like this, unfortunately. I changed the first vertical menu style without any problems, but when I was working in the second menu style, the first changed too. This is very important to my project and I have to do it anyway. Can you help me?

Last edited 12 August 2015 by thiago7

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Support Team
Support Team posted this 12 August 2015

Unfortunately, for now only one style is applied to all vertical menus. However, we have planned to add an option that converts horizontal menu to vertical, therefore different vertical menu styling will be supported.

Unfortunately, for now only one style is applied to all vertical menus. However, we have planned to add an option that converts horizontal menu to vertical, therefore different vertical menu styling will be supported.
thiago7
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thiago7 posted this 12 August 2015

I really have to change the menu styles. :(

I can write the others menu CSS by my own, editing the CSS file directly. But I don't know how to do it. Is it possible to define a unique ID to each menu?

I really have to change the menu styles. :( I can write the others menu CSS by my own, editing the CSS file directly. But I don't know how to do it. Is it possible to define a unique ID to each menu?
thiago7
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thiago7 posted this 12 August 2015

Unfortunately, for now only one style is applied to all vertical menus. However, we have planned to add an option that converts horizontal menu to vertical, therefore different vertical menu styling will be supported.

I found a specific ID on joomla position's DIV (bd-joomlaposition-#). I'm using the 'additional CSS' field to make the changes.

> Unfortunately, for now only one style is applied to all vertical menus. However, we have planned to add an option that converts horizontal menu to vertical, therefore different vertical menu styling will be supported. I found a specific ID on joomla position's DIV (bd-joomlaposition-#). I'm using the 'additional CSS' field to make the changes.

Last edited 12 August 2015 by thiago7

Support Team
Support Team posted this 13 August 2015

Hi,

I'm glad you've managed to solve the issue.

Please let us know if you have any further questions.

Thanks,
Ivan

Hi, I'm glad you've managed to solve the issue. Please let us know if you have any further questions. Thanks, Ivan
Paul T
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Paul T posted this 18 April 2017

Unfortunately, for now only one style is applied to all vertical menus. However, we have planned to add an option that converts horizontal menu to vertical, therefore different vertical menu styling will be supported.

Hi, has this feature been added yet? so you can convert horizontal menus to multiple vertical menus?

Paul

> Unfortunately, for now only one style is applied to all vertical menus. However, we have planned to add an option that converts horizontal menu to vertical, therefore different vertical menu styling will be supported. Hi, has this feature been added yet? so you can convert horizontal menus to multiple vertical menus? Paul
Support Team
Support Team posted this 18 April 2017

Hi,

No, unfortunately this feature is still not implemented.

Sincerely,
Hella

Hi, No, unfortunately this feature is still not implemented. Sincerely, Hella
DaveOzric
924 Posts
DaveOzric posted this 04 April 2018

Hello, how about now? I think allowing more than one style for vertical menus is a good idea.

What about the vertical version of the horizontal menu?

What is the status of the off canvas? This is very exciting.

Thank you

Hello, how about now? I think allowing more than one style for vertical menus is a good idea. What about the vertical version of the horizontal menu? What is the status of the off canvas? This is very exciting. Thank you
Support Team
Support Team posted this 05 April 2018

Hi,

Still no option for that. But our developers might be implementing the off-canvas menu in the future.

Sincerely,
Hella

Hi, Still no option for that. But our developers might be implementing the off-canvas menu in the future. Sincerely, Hella
DaveOzric
924 Posts
DaveOzric posted this 05 April 2018

Might be? You said they were, not might. Please get a new feature for us. I believe this is the most voted one.

Might be? You said they were, not might. Please get a new feature for us. I believe this is the most voted one.
Support Team
Support Team posted this 10 April 2018

Hi,

Yes, this one is the first one in the list, do not worry.

Sincerely,
Hella

Hi, Yes, this one is the first one in the list, do not worry. Sincerely, Hella
tmgarrison
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tmgarrison posted this 01 May 2019

If there is just one style, why are there option within Themler to use various icons instead of the standard bullets?

I've change the vertical menu items to the double arrow, but that does not make a change in the site - only what I see in the template as I'm editing.
Yes...I saved and yes I refreshed the site.

If there is just one style, why are there option within Themler to use various icons instead of the standard bullets? I've change the vertical menu items to the double arrow, but that does not make a change in the site - only what I see in the template as I'm editing. Yes...I saved and yes I refreshed the site.
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