Custom WordPress navmenu specifically designed for the Elementor Page Builder – Now with Site Branding options, search box, basic MegaMenu and Fullscreen Menu Overlay
wp-content/plugins/directory of your WordPress installation.
Make sure that you have created your menus under Appearance >> Menus
Make sure a) your theme supports the custom logo options and b) that a logo has been set in the theme’s customizer.
a: Go to Appearance >> Menus (if not already done so) and create two sets of menus – for brevity will call them Left Menu and Right Menu
b: Go to create a page (if not already done so), give it a title say Navigation Bar 1 and click Edit with Elementor. It is recommended to use a blank template for this – if your theme does not have you can use the Page Template plugin.
c: In the Edit mode insert a 3 column section into the page, adjust the middle column to be slight narrower than the 2 outer ones.
e: Drag and drop the NavMenu widget in to each of the outer columns and adjust setting as desired. Now drag and drop the Branding element into the middle column – adjust settings accordingly and save.
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