Dropdown items can be created simply by nesting menu items in the WordPress menu editor.
Popup menus must contain 2 or 3 levels of items. The root item must have Display children as popup option checked.
Menu items can contain icon shortcodes, if they are enabled under Chap Theme -> Chap Shortcodes -> Allow shortcodes in menu item text.
icon CSS class should be used when the item title is an icon without any text.
Menu items can also contain the label shortcode.
Messages[label tiny blue circular]3[/label] Friends[label red floating]28[/label] [label]18-22[/label] Home [label teal]9-17[/label] Office
Dividers can be created by using the
divider CSS class.
The menu widget area allows to place widgets to the right side of the menu, such as search form or WooCommerce cart widget. If you would like to place a menu item on the right side, just add the
right class to the item in the WordPress menu editor.
When using the Custom Menu widget in the Sidebar widget area, sometimes it is desirable to not show nested menu items in dropdowns. To achieve that the Display children as a vertical menu option can be enabled.
The Custom Menu widget has an additional “Custom CSS classes” text field option, which allows the create many different looking sidebar menus and lists by using various Semantic UI classes.
fluid vertical menu– default
secondary fluid vertical menu
inverted fluid vertical menu
pointing fluid vertical menu
secondary pointing fluid vertical menu
big fluid vertical menu
tiny secondary vertical menu
fluid bulleted list
large link list
divided selection list
relaxed animated list
big celled inverted list
vertical– sidebar menus should be vertical and not horizontal
fluid– makes the menu fill the entire width of the sidebar
inverted– inverts the colors, so the menu could be seen from a dark background
list– display a list instead of a menu
relaxed– add more space between list items