Add a vertical menu in themler for joomla

maillard.jul
13 Posts
maillard.jul posted this 20 July 2016

Hello, I'm trying to add a vertical menu in themler for my website that already have a main horizontal menu.

In fact i would like to link them but anyways.. i cant find how to add a vertical menu...

Is it posible to do so ?

Thanks
Julien

Hello, I'm trying to add a vertical menu in themler for my website that already have a main horizontal menu. In fact i would like to link them but anyways.. i cant find how to add a vertical menu... Is it posible to do so ? Thanks Julien
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Support Team
Support Team posted this 20 July 2016

Hi Julien,

Please check the following article:
http://answers.themler.com/articles/6643/how-to-create-vertical-menus-in-joomla

You may find it really helpful.

Let us know if you have any further questions.

Thanks,
Ivan

Hi Julien, Please check the following article: http://answers.themler.com/articles/6643/how-to-create-vertical-menus-in-joomla You may find it really helpful. Let us know if you have any further questions. Thanks, Ivan
maillard.jul
13 Posts
maillard.jul posted this 20 July 2016

Thank you

Its not possible to do it in themler ?

Thank you Its not possible to do it in themler ?
Support Team
Support Team posted this 20 July 2016

Hi,

Probably, the article doesn't completely describe the whole process.
So you firstly need to add a Joomla Module Position control (or you can use Left Sidebar with left Joomla position in it) in Themler, then go to your Joomla admin, create a new module and assign it to that position.
And then add this vmenusuffix as described in the mentioned article.

Thanks,
Ivan

Hi, Probably, the article doesn't completely describe the whole process. So you firstly need to add a Joomla Module Position control (or you can use Left Sidebar with **left** Joomla position in it) in Themler, then go to your Joomla admin, create a new module and assign it to that position. And then add this ` vmenu`suffix as described in the mentioned article. Thanks, Ivan
maillard.jul
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maillard.jul posted this 21 July 2016

Ok it worked, thank u very much!

Ok it worked, thank u very much!
Support Team
Support Team posted this 21 July 2016

You are welcome! Please feel free to contact us in any other case.

Sincerely,
Nettie,
BillionDigital Team

You are welcome! Please feel free to contact us in any other case. Sincerely, Nettie, BillionDigital Team
DaveOzric
926 Posts
DaveOzric posted this 23 July 2016

Now can you please make the vertical menus responsive as well. I know how to make a horizontal menu vertical using some various settings but I don't understand why all menus don't go responsive when needed.

Please add this feature.

Now can you please make the vertical menus responsive as well. I know how to make a horizontal menu vertical using some various settings but I don't understand why all menus don't go responsive when needed. Please add this feature.
maillard.jul
13 Posts
maillard.jul posted this 24 July 2016

I have a another issue with my v menu, i would like it to be justified.. but it doesnt work... if my menu item are too long then it goes into my article... i would like to avoid that! any clue ?

Thanks

Julien

I have a another issue with my v menu, i would like it to be justified.. but it doesnt work... if my menu item are too long then it goes into my article... i would like to avoid that! any clue ? Thanks Julien
Support Team
Support Team posted this 25 July 2016

DaveOzric,

At the moment the Vertical Menu cannot be minimized into a button in responsive like Horizontal Menu this behaviour is not supported by Bootstrap. Our developers will investigate other possible solutions for the Vertical Menu in responsive, most probably there will be an option to make it a vertical panel.

Sincerely,
Nettie,
BillionDigital Team

**DaveOzric**, At the moment the Vertical Menu cannot be minimized into a button in responsive like Horizontal Menu this behaviour is not supported by Bootstrap. Our developers will investigate other possible solutions for the Vertical Menu in responsive, most probably there will be an option to make it a vertical panel. Sincerely, Nettie, BillionDigital Team
Support Team
Support Team posted this 25 July 2016

maillard.jul,

We are sorry for the issue. I have forwarded it to our developers.

Sincerely,
Nettie,
BillionDigital Team

**maillard.jul**, We are sorry for the issue. I have forwarded it to our developers. Sincerely, Nettie, BillionDigital Team
Stagger Lee
1840 Posts
Stagger Lee posted this 25 July 2016

Now can you please make the vertical menus responsive as well. I know how to make a horizontal menu vertical using some various settings but I don't understand why all menus don't go responsive when needed.

Please add this feature.

Dave, it is so easy. While you wait for this implemented do this:

  • Insert standard horizontal menu instead of vertical. Don mind mess it makes for now.
  • Give all menu items (Ul, Li too) 100% width, display:block. Remove paddings, margins.
  • Continue to style as you wish, and there is your responsive vertical menu.

Sorry, missed part of horizontal. Let it be here for other Users.

Menu is menu, just collection of CSS rules.

> Now can you please make the vertical menus responsive as well. I know how to make a horizontal menu vertical using some various settings but I don't understand why all menus don't go responsive when needed. > > Please add this feature. Dave, it is so easy. While you wait for this implemented do this: - Insert standard horizontal menu instead of vertical. Don mind mess it makes for now. - Give all menu items (Ul, Li too) 100% width, display:block. Remove paddings, margins. - Continue to style as you wish, and there is your responsive vertical menu. Sorry, missed part of horizontal. Let it be here for other Users. Menu is menu, just collection of CSS rules.

Last edited 25 July 2016 by Stagger Lee

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