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Megamenu with ProtoStar template

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Normally I would use SP Pagebuilder with Helix III, but I am going to be doing a demo of both for a local JUG next week. I ran into something that is baffling me with Megamenus.

I have a pristine Joomla 3.6 (beta) web site with the sample data.
I built one page with SP Pagebuilder so far. One section.
I made a menu item in the main menu that points to that SP Pagebuilder page. It is saved.
Now, I go to the Megamenu tab, set the layout for two columns. Added the login and the user menu as modules to that megamenu item. saved it.
Still, neither one appears for that new menu item. No drop down below that menu item at all.

Does Megamenu work with the protostar template? Does it work only with Helix III?
Is there something else that I have to do that I missed?

I've checked the documentation I can find on this site, but it seems to be specific to Helix III


3 Answers

Arun Sasi

More than a month ago #Permalink

Mega Menu come with Helix 3 only.



More than a month ago #Permalink
Thank you. That should probably be in the documentation.
I found it bundled with SP Pagebuilder. I found that confusing. If it was bundled, I expected it to work standalone. If it must be bundled with SP Pagebuilder, perhaps it should be disabled with a note that the feature requires Helix III templates to work.
Thank you very much for the clarification. It is hugely helpful!

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