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Gantry 5 compatible themes

  • Gantry 5 compatible themes

    Posted 3 weeks 6 days ago
    • Do all of the Gantry 5 compatible themes ONLY use a vertical (mobile) menu? Or can I set it as a dropdown also?
  • Re: Gantry 5 compatible themes

    Posted 3 weeks 6 days ago
    • Any of our Gantry 5 templates can use a standard horizontal menu. Only our Zenith / Calla templates provide this unique Vertical Menu particle (although they can use horizontal menu also).
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  • Re: Gantry 5 compatible themes

    Posted 3 weeks 6 days ago
    • Can I make "Pricing Information" (Xenon) a menu item?
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    Re: Gantry 5 compatible themes

    Posted 3 weeks 6 days ago
    • "pricing" is a menu item already in Xenon?

      To answer your original question, all the Gantry 5 theme use a vertical menu for mobile display, it's not a "dropdown" menu in mobile view put you can make one by simply adding a "menu" particle to the offcanvas section yourself on the layout of your outline.

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  • Re: Gantry 5 compatible themes

    Posted 3 weeks 5 days ago
    • Oh, I mean OverlayToggle not Pricing. Can I make OverlayToggle a menu item? Also, OverlayToggle disappears in mobile view. Why?
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    Re: Gantry 5 compatible themes

    Posted 3 weeks 5 days ago
    • "...Overlaytoggle a menu item..."? why? But the answer is, no as it's a JS trigger and needs to be a particle on the layout of your outline. The overlay section disappears on mobile view because on mobile view you have the "mobile menu" pill instead wich shows the mobile menu. There is no room to show the overlay section on a mobile.

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