Looking for that true native app look and feel for your mobile menu? Stop searching, you found it!
No matter how large your nested menu structure is, everyone already is familiar with the sliding submenus used in native apps. Adding a fixed header, searchfield and subitem counters make navigating your menu even easier.
The mmenu WordPress plugin works out of the box.
Your desktop menu probably looks super cool as it is. But if it doesn't, or if you want an app look-alike menu for your desktop site as well, just use mmenu!
You can choose your own breakpoint just by specifying a media-query. Give it a go, hit the orientation-icon to toggle the desktop menu.
Choose a background color
Any color will do. Dark, light, black or white, the menu will always look good.
Position the menu
Select how to position the menu; at the left, at the bottom, at the right, or at the top side of the page.
Select how to navigate
Select how to navigate between different levels in the menu; with a back-button, with breadcrumbs, by showing a small part of the parent level or with vertical dropdown menus.
Add a searchfield
Enable your visitors to search through the menu items by adding a searchfield to the menu.
Add buttons to the header or footer
Add buttons to show your social media channels, email address, phonenumber or whatever else you think needs extra attention.
Add a photo, logo, or image
Personalize the menu by adding a photo, a company logo or a full width background image to the menu header.
Go ahead and check out the advanced examples.