Under Mega Menu > Menu Themes you’ll find a theme editor which allows you to edit the appearance of your menus. Max Mega Menu has one built in theme (Default) but you can create your own themes.
The Theme Editor will let you modify all aspects of the Menu styling, including the font, color and size (height) of your menu(s).
Creating a new theme
To create a new theme, go to Mega Menu > Menu Themes and click the ‘Create a new theme’ link (or alternatively, scroll to the bottom of the page and click ‘Duplicate Theme’). Make any adjustments and click the save button.
Applying a theme to a menu
To apply your new theme to a menu, you will need to go back to Appearance > Menus, and select your new theme from the ‘Theme’ dropdown in the Mega Menu Settings.
Using the Theme Editor
The theme editor is split into 6 different tabs:
Descriptions of each setting can be found on the theme editor page.
These settings change the overall behaviour of the menu, or affect multiple aspects of the menu. For example, enabling Hover Transitions will apply a hover effect to the Menu Bar links, links inside Mega Menus and links inside Flyout Menus.
These settings alter the style of the top menu bar and the menu items found within the top menu bar.
Use these settings to change the appearance of “mega menu” sub menus and their contents.
Related: We have an article explaining how to change the width of a mega menu.
Use these settings to change the appearance of “flyout” sub menus and the menu items within the flyout menu.
These settings apply to the menu when it is viewed on mobile (i.e. when the screen width is below the Responsive Breakpoint width).
You can enter your own menu styling into the Custom CSS editor. This CSS will be compiled along with the theme settings whenever the theme is saved.
Theme Editor Screenshot
We have come to the end of our quick overview of Max Mega Menu. If you are looking for more features we also have a Pro addon which enables functionality including accordion menus, menu logos, search boxes and lots more.