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Quick Menu

An extremely versatile, minimal, sticky navigation menu stack for RapidWeaver by Weavium

Quick Menu

An extremely versatile, minimal, sticky navigation menu stack for RapidWeaver by Weavium

$19.99

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Custom Display Options

Quick Menu can be set to display always, on scroll to, or even between custom scroll markers that you place onto your stacks page! Create custom menus that display exactly when you need them too~

Hidden Items

Sticky navigation menus are great, but the problem is that you can only fit so many items, especially on mobile... Quick Menu solves this problem in a highly innovative way, by allowing you to set items as hidden and then only show them when the menu is opened!

Actions

Navigation menus with links are great, but what if you want to do more? No problem! Quick Menu comes with preset actions including Link, Scroll to Top, Scroll to Bottom, Scroll to Marker, and custom Javascript functions!

Individual & Shared Styles

Quickly create menus with shared colors and styles, or create unique items that stand out with individual styling! Customization is dead simple, and you'll have a great menu up in minutes~

Beautiful Edit Interface

Quick Menu has a beautiful stacks interface that allows you to get a visual idea of what your menu will look like, both when closed an open. Markers also pop so that you can easily find them in edit mode.

Responsive Hide

Many mini-menus can get in the way on smaller devices, Quick Menu solves this by allowing you to choose to hide any menu on Mobile, Tablet, or Desktop devices.

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