Thank you for bringing this up,
Currently we are unable to provide any further information about development or share a roadmap with you,
Apologies for this,
please know that we are working on it and always hope to improve Lay Theme for its users and take into consideration their suggestions.
When we have reached the next major step in development I can let you know that it's on its way.
As always thank you for your patience surrounding this topic and for using Lay Theme.
Apologies but still no update for this, no built in Lay Theme options for this.
An option is always to use the Custom HTML & CSS to create your own custom Hamburger menu for the desktop pages - There is a lot of simple Hamburger Menu tutorials out there that could be easily implemented :)
I have seen this done on Lay Theme pages in the past
Best wishes for 2021
Does anyone have a hint what to do in CSS to make the mobile menu visible above the max-width of CPL? I created two menus: Primary menu for desktop is empty and therefore invisible. I want to display the mobile menu in the exact same design it has on CPLs on every screen size. Thanks!
To use Lay Theme's built in Mobile menu for all screen sizes you would need to set the phone breakpoint high.
(Use custom phone layouts for content)
Lay Theme offers a Sub-menu feature:
It may be a good starting point as they have similarities :
Setting Sub-menu behaviour to 'Click'. Position Menu top-right - Change "Text" of Sub-menu to image.
Thanks Richard, this helped me a lot. Sorry for not being able to find this old thread before – there were just too many.
Now my menu is working so far but I need to adjust some more details: I want to add a color overlay over the site when the menu is open and I want to display the menu icon on the right and the sub-menu items on the left when open. Also I want to have a full color overlay over the whole site when opening the menu.
Once I will get there and the page is being published by the client I will happily share the result with you (if I will be successfull :D).