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The workstation theme has a really nice menu on mobile devices. How can I apply the word "Menu" on the other theme? See screenshot: http://prntscr.com/8swkm1 The other theme appear only icon on mobile devices, but I would like to have the word "Menu" appear together on other theme.
Any tip would be really appreciated.
well... probably the more proper way would be to add the word through jQuery like Workstation Pro does.
The maybe a bit hackier way, is to add it in the style.css
In your style sheet find the selector
You will see something like
You can either just add the word Menu in front of it:
content: "Menu \f333";
or use the code I provided here: http://www.studiopress.community/topic/add-menu-above-nav-icon-in-mobile-view/#post-168260
You can setting it via function.php
First you must enqueue script to your responsive-menu.js with array.
Second, you must localize for output.
Just teory. No, sample.
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