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Megamenu width: website container

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Hello,

I would like to adjust the width and position of megamenus to fit the main container of the website (as it appears on many websites: for instance: http://www.joomlack.fr/extensions-joomla/maximenu-ck for the first menu, extensions). Is it possible to set this option without major work?

5 Answers

Sohan - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
You will be able to adjust the mega menu easily. For doing that simply fixed the submenu and submenu column width from Helix Megamenu Options. You will found this option on right side.

Andy Nguyen

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi,
Is there any way to create full widht responsive submenu which is similar to: https://www.debiopharm.com?
Thank you.

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Sohan - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Increase the width of the submenu from Helix Megamenu Options. You will found this option on right side.

grafico2

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi, I'mtrying to do this too but when I increase the width of the submenu column,.. well it works does not stay in the main container of the site so when I'm looking the site in a smaller screen (1366x768px) half of the menu is not visible...
Any ideas? How did you made it ?
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Nevermind, in the template setting you can set the initial x and y offset...

Jakir hasan - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi Sylvain,

Sorry to say you can't create full width megamenu by helix megamenu.

Thanks


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