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TOPIC: menumobile

menumobile 25 Nov 2016 11:31 #9730

Hi,

How can I change the mobile menu of JF-COUDA so it is like the mobilemenu of JF-SALINA or JF-KROM?
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Thanks
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Re: menumobile 30 Nov 2016 03:13 #9748

Of course, you can apply mobile menu css and js of JF-SALINA or JF-KROM.

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Re: menumobile 11 Feb 2024 20:43 #12852

I am trying to get the mobile menu pick the details of the main-menu. It shows the 3 lines in mobile view but when I click it no menu comes up. So it a chanllege to use the template on mobile device no mobile menu comes up. HELP!

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Re: menumobile 08 Mar 2024 08:49 #12859

webwatt wrote:
I am trying to get the mobile menu pick the details of the main-menu. It shows the 3 lines in mobile view but when I click it no menu comes up. So it a chanllege to use the template on mobile device no mobile menu comes up. HELP!

Have you found a solution yet? I'm also trying to make a mobile menu but I'm really stuck. It's too difficult for me. Probably because my skills are not good enough.

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