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    erikbunger

    Thanks @mariusjopen for your answer. The real problem for me is that there no way to do a second menu. I would prefer this to a dropdown menu. I really like laytheme but I find this to be a major disadvantage. So if I could suggest anything it would be to add that feature. It seems like there are more users waiting for this feature. I imagine it would not be too hard to add this possibility?

    Cheers

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    erikbunger

    And here is the website in question.

    erikbunger.com

    Cheers
    /Erik

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    erikbunger

    Thanks for your quick response @mariusjopen. The one below. It was posted by @arminunruh in another thread in this forum:

    /submenu/
    nav.primary .sub-menu li{
    display: block;
    position: relative;
    }
    .sub-menu{
    padding-top: 1px!important;
    opacity: 0;
    transition: opacity 200ms ease;
    -webkit-transition: opacity 200ms ease;
    pointer-events: none;
    position: absolute;
    }
    nav.primary li:hover .sub-menu{
    opacity: 1;
    pointer-events: auto;
    }
    /**/

    To be honest, what I really would prefer would be to have the possibility to do a second independent menu (and not a drop down) but I guess this is not possible at this stage in Laytheme?

    Cheers
    /Erik

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    erikbunger

    Thanks everyone for the tips with how to create a sub-menu.

    However after putting this code into the 'custom css for desktop' it gets activated for the mobile version as well? Is there a way I can use it only for the desktop only? In the mobile version I would like all the menu points (including the submenus) to just line up under each other.

    Many Thanks

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    erikbunger

    Hi @arminunruh,
    I added the 'nadinegoepfert'-submenu script to the custom CSS and it works very well on in the desktop-version of my website (under 'shows'):

    erikbunger.com

    However, somehow, after putting it into the 'custom css for desktop' it gets activated for the mobile version as well? Is there a way I can use it only for the desktop only? In the mobile version I would like all the menu points (including the submenus) to just line up under each other.

    Many Thanks

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