Studio Editor: Using Hamburger Menus

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Hamburger menus are minimalist, space-saving menus that are only displayed when visitors click the menu icon. You can design every part of the hamburger menu to match the look and feel your client is looking for. 
Example of a hamburger menu on a Studio Editor site
In this article, learn how to:

Adding a hamburger menu

Add a hamburger menu at any point from the Add Elements panel. Depending on your client's needs, you can add multiple menus to the site and manage / customize them individually.

To add a hamburger menu:

  1. Click Add Elements  on the left side of the editor.
  2. Click Menu & Search.
  3. Click Hamburger Menus.
  4. Drag and drop the relevant menu to the desired location on the page. 
The Hamburger Menu designs available in the Add Elements panel in the Studio Editor

Managing a hamburger menu

After adding a hamburger menu to the site, choose the menu it displays. You can display different menus on each individual hamburger menu, providing context specific to the page / section it's on.

To manage a hamburger menu:

  1. Select the hamburger menu icon.
  2. Click Edit Menu.
  3. Select the vertical menu element.
  4. Click Manage Menu.
  5. Click the drop-down under Which menu is displayed?.
    • Existing menu:  Select your chosen menu from the drop-down.
    • New menu:
      1. Click Manage Site Menus.
      2. Click + Add New Menu and create the custom menu.
The managu menu panel is open on a hamburger menu. The cursor is hovering over the displayed menu drop-down.
Did you know?
You can add items to the menu you've chosen by clicking + Add Item at the bottom of the panel.

Customizing a hamburger menu

After adding a hamburger menu, personalize every part of it to match the site's look and feel.

To customize a hamburger menu:

  1. Select the hamburger menu icon.
  2. Choose what you want to customize:

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