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  • #68038
    dosolutions
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    Is it possible to add the page title to the left side of the menu on all pages? similar to how the site title is in mobile view?

    The main menu is sticky but there is no way to know what page the user is on if there is a lot of content.

    Also on the home page the sticky menu is too high in the mobile view to be visible.

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    #68039
    scrambler
    Moderator

    If you have the Plus plugin, you can activate the PHP shortcode in Appearance +Xtreme Plus > PHP by checking the box and save

    Then you can add the PHP shortcode below to the Menu Left HTML box

    [php] wp_title(""); [/php]
    #68040
    scrambler
    Moderator

    As for “Also on the home page the sticky menu is too high in the mobile view to be visible.”

    I don’t see what you mean, I can see the mobile menu just fine at the top. It is a bit too close to the right edge, and that could be remedy by changing

    @media only screen and (min-width: 500px) {
    .menu-primary .wvrx-menu-container {margin-left:40px !important;}
    .site-title-on-menu.wvrx-menu-html.wvrx-menu-left { display: none; }
    }

    to

    @media only screen and (min-width: 500px) {
    .menu-primary .wvrx-menu-container {margin-left:40px !important;width: 90%;}
    .site-title-on-menu.wvrx-menu-html.wvrx-menu-left { display: none; }
    }

     

    #68041
    dosolutions
    Participant

    All great, however now before the menu sticks to the top of the screen there are two page titles showing, I would like to show only one page title at a time, so the on menu page title should only be visible when stuck.

    thanks!

    #68043
    scrambler
    Moderator

    The guide article below had your solution

    “Fixed to Top on Scroll” Menus: Customization – Weaver Xtreme Guide (weavertheme.com)

    Just add the rules below to the theme global custom CSS rule box

    .wvrx-menu-html {display:none;}
    .wvrx-fixonscroll .wvrx-menu-html {display:block;}

    NOTE:
    |You appears to have checked the “Add Site title to the left” menu option, yet have no site title.

    I would uncheck that option.

    Then If you do not want to see the site title, you should hide it using the Theme Options, but you should enter a site title in WordPress, as it is important for search engines.

    #68133
    dosolutions
    Participant

    As a refinement, I would like to hide page titles (now showing in the menu bar – left- and highlighted on the menu) on pages that have the top most menu.. So hidden on Home and Specials.

    Other pages in the menu are sub menu items and need the page titles to show.

     

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    #68138
    scrambler
    Moderator

    If instead of hiding the page title in the menu before it scrolls, you want to just always hide the page title and only show it in the menu, then you can just hide the page title in the page editing page options.

    I don’t see any page title on your site so I assume you figured that out.

    #68170
    dosolutions
    Participant

    Yes, but we added the page title to the menu, so I am trying to prevent the redundant display of the page title, and the menu highlighting.

    #68173
    scrambler
    Moderator

    I have no idea what you mean….

    Right now the page title is only on the left side of the menu not the page, so no redundancy…

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