Quick Menu is one of those stacks that makes you wonder why no one came up with this solution before now. A menu stack that appears, or disappears when and where needed and can trigger whatever you want it to trigger.
Here's an example: I have a single page website and would like a context menu to appear for each section. With Quick Menu I can add a menu of my choice to either side of the page with markers before and after each section and with each section a new menu will fade into view.
A product section, for instance, with a couple of rows of images could display a menu to call up product information for each item.
And when you scroll to the next section, the menu fades out, ready for the next products…
A group of social buttons when a contact form is visible on the page, or that contains a trigger for the contact form's lightbox alongside the social buttons.
Quick Menu can also be set to be permanently in view, or to appear when a marker on the page is scrolled to and then remain visible until the bottom of the page is reached. Quick Menu can also contain hidden menu buttons.
In this case, there is a 'View All' button which triggers a Quick Menu lightbox that displays a complete list of menu items.
Quick Menu is highly configurable, so that each button can have its own colour and it goes without saying that each button can have its own icon.
Quick Menu consists of three stacks – the main stack that supplies the menu's global settings, a Menu Item stack that allows configuration of each separate item and a Marker stack.
The first thing that struck me about the settings panel, is that there are no unnecessary settings included – so no background colour, no margins, or padding. The second thing that I observed is that Weavium, like a number of other developers that produce great stacks, don't make use of tool tips; so you'll either need to experiment, or read the manual.
Show/Hide – Display – Always, On Scroll To, Between Markers
Responsive – Hide Menu (for the standard breakpoints)
Horizontal Position – Left, Right
Vertical Position – Top, Centre, Bottom
Top Offset – px
Padding – Top Offset for the lightbox menu
Z-Index – Default setting 1 quadrillion
Background – Lightbox background colour
Hide View All Button – deactivates the lightbox
Default BG (colour)
Default Content (colour)
Item Radius (interesting to note that whilst the menu radius is altered top and bottom, the lightbox radius only top right)
Text Weight – Normal, Bold
Font – Selection of 15 web fonts
Items > Open
Max Width – px
Item Padding – Vertical, Horizontal
Item Radius – sets the radius of all four item corners
Quick Menu Item Stack
Hide (shows when opened)
Item Action – Link (default), Scroll to Top, Scroll to Bottom, Scroll to Marker, Java Function
Icon Font – Font Awesome, Ionic, Material, Custom
Quick Menu Marker Stack
Quick Menu is an interesting new stack that is well worth a look at. Check out the demo page to see its possibilities.
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