This premium WordPress plugin adds a
[expandable-menu menu="Menu Name"]
shortcode which outputs the specified WordPress menu vertically with sub menus that are collapsed by default and can be expanded.
You can skip the menu parameter in the shortcode and just use
if your menu is named
Multiple levels of menus are supported.
Most themes and site builders come with a widget/component/element to display a mobile responsive menu when a hamburger menu is clicked/tapped. But there could be times when you want to show a menu already opened with expand/collapse feature support for the sub menus. This plugin solves this problem.
Below screencast shows this plugin’s shortcode in action along with other elements like a logo image and social icons in a modal component when using Oxygen:
If you want to watch a screencast of how the above can be built from scratch, click here.
This plugin is meant to be edited (style.css usually) should you wish to customize it and will not receive auto updates. You can also add custom CSS to add or override the appearance in your child theme or in Customizer or in Manage > Stylesheets (if using Oxygen).
To change the links’ and sub menu button color to white, change the color property’s value from #333 to #fff for
.expandable-menu .menu li a and
.sub-menu-toggle in /wp-content/plugins/menu-expandable-sub-menus/assets/css/style.css. Also, add
fill: #fff; for
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Plugin last updated on July 17, 2020.