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    Jason: i am using UberMenu because I need a MegaMenu for one Menu item (or there is no way it would fit) but I really liked the native menu. I found a Bootstrap Mega Menu on CC but it is not made for WordPress.

    Is it possible to get a MegaMenu to work with JS? (I know I would need to find a dev to do it) but I just wondered if this was at all doable?

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    Jason Bobich

    I would imagine you could incorporate just about anything, but I’ve honestly never worked with it to tell you how you’d do that.

    I have glanced at their documentation before though. Have you checked out much of it? You may want to create your own function to hook in for the menu, opposed to using Jump Start’s default one. This way, you can get UberMenu’s desired markup around the WordPress nav menu. — This would solve the issues you were saying about how you didn’t like it being wrapped in the nav#access element.

    So, here where it’s showing you what you could do in a typical header.php of a theme, you’d incorporate that into some function that you’d hook to “themeblvd_header_addon” —

    Note: When calling wp_nav_menu form your custom function, the Jump Start theme location ID used is called “primary”.

    function my_header_addon(){
    add_action( 'themeblvd_header_addon', 'my_header_addon' );

    Thanks Jason – that looks like a better way to use Ubermenu.

    There is also one that is built for Bootstrap.
    If I need to learn the backend (and I’m working my way through the videos to do that) which strategy do you think would work best with JS in the long run – getting a bootstrap based megamenu to work with your menu or embedding Ubermenu properly?

    Right now it is working just fine as long as I don’t go over 31 CSS files.

    BTW – I just migrated one of my other websites to JS and had the whole thing switched over and running smoothly in 2 hours! I’ve just migrated the original – no post grids or sliders yet and still its so much cleaner and responsive.

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