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  • #148819

    bjbarker
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    Hi,
    Is there an option to disable the fixed navbar on mobile devices?

    “If your theme allows it, you could disable the sticky header on mobile which will allow you to scroll up and down the mobile menu.”

    Regards,
    Brian J. Barker

    #148827

    bjbarker
    Participant

    Further to above:
    I’m using the Max Mega Menu and can not insert a scroll bar.
    I have googled for same. (not your concern)
    The only solution I can think of so, is to disable the the fixed bar on mobiles.

    http://evape.ie/wordpress/bjbarker/

    #148831

    Skandha
    Participant

    @bjbarker: You could use a bit of CSS Code for that.
    Go to => Appearance => Customize => Additional CSS and add the following CSS Code.

    .is-absolute {
        display:none;
    }

    Let me know if this works out.
    Kind Regards,
    Skandha

    #148872

    bjbarker
    Participant

    Top class response from Catch Themes as usual
    however while it removes the fixed aspect, only the first column shows under ‘Products’ (on Mobile) and then reverts to main page.
    I’m guessing I’ll have to find how to insert a scroll bar in Max Mega Menu (which is not your end) unless you have another idea using
    your theme.

    Many thanks again,
    Brian J. Barker.

    #148873

    bjbarker
    Participant

    Sorry, sorry, I’m using the WP Mega Menu not Max, but this still does not involve Catch.

    #148883

    bjbarker
    Participant

    Back again Shandah,
    I found a method using MAX MEGAMENU, all I would need from you now is a code to disable Catch Adaptive Primary menu on MOBILE only.
    Many thanks again,
    Brian J. Barker

    #148900

    Skandha
    Participant

    @bjbarker: To disable Catch Adaptive Primary Menu only on mobile
    Go to => Appearance => Customize => Additional CSS and add the following CSS Code.

    #mobile-header-left-menu {
        display:none;
    }

    Let me know if this works out.
    Kind Regards,
    Skandha

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