A set of fixed menus that will slide out from any of the edges of the page. The two menus that slide out from the left and right side can also be used in combination with the body moving to the left or right side, respectively, hence being “pushed”.
There are two options for installing the Supreme Shortcodes WordPress Plugin: either upload the zip file using the WordPress Plugin Uploader or FTP the unzipped plugin files to the wp-content/plugins folder on your server.
Supreme Shortcodes WordPress Plugin requires WordPress 3.6+
Although the plugin works straight out of the box with no configuration needed, of course it is nice to make it more specific for your website.
First thing you need to do is install and activate the eDS Responsive Menu page plugin. Upon activation, you need to visit eDS Responsive Menu page to configure the plugin settings.
You need to choose a menu from the drop down list. If you have not created a navigation menu yet, then check out our guide on how to add navigation menus in WordPress.
Once you have chosen the menu you would like to make responsive on your site, the next thing you need to do is hide your original menu when the responsive menu begins to show.
All you have to do to determine at what browser size the menu will be triggered is to fill out the Responsive Menu admin option labelled Breakpoint under the Initial Setup tab.
Setting the value to something extremely high, 50000 for example, will mean that the Responsive Menu will always show.
You have the ability to change a few settings in regards the menu itself sizing, each of which is explained below:
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Below we will run through some of the customisation options for its usage.
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