Create responsive menus with the Nav Menu widget (Elementor Pro ver)

It takes a little trouble to make a responsive menu.???

Use the Elementor Nav Menu widget

WordPress Admin Screen > Appearance > menu

You can create a menu in Elementor using the menu created in.

I’ll show you!?

At first

Drag & Drop the Nav Menu widget of PRO ELEMENTS on the left panel to add to new section.

WordPress Admin Screen > Appearance > menu created in menu will be displayed.

If you want to switch menus, you can switch from the menu in the left content area.

Pointer

Pointer is processed when it rolls over to a menu.

I tried to set some kind because I think it is faster to see the DEMO.

DEMO

Submenu Indicator

Submenu Indicator is an icon that appears next to a submenu.

I tried to set some kind because I think it is faster to see the DEMO.

DEMO

Breakpoint tablet, mobile switching

You can specify a device that toggles the display in the menu in the Breakpoint of the left content area.

When you tap on the Mobile icon, the menu will be displayed.

When set to Mobile (767px >)

Desktop: Normal menu
Tablet: normal Menu
Mobile: Mobile icon

When set to Tablet (1023px >)

Desktop: Normal menu
Tablet: Mobile icon
Mobile: Mobile icon

Postscript

I was working with the code of the global menu using Adobe Dreamweaver and Boostrap. It can be implemented quickly by using the menu widget, so you can spend more time on other designs.?

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New
arrival

2019 collection

Let’s face it, no look is really complete without the right finishes. Not to the best of standards, anyway (just tellin’ it like it is, babe). Upgrading your shoe game. Platforms, stilettos, wedges, mules, boots—stretch those legs next time you head out, then rock sliders, sneakers, and flats when it’s time to chill.