Kriya : Theme Menu Settings

Menu Settings

The supports custom WordPress menus, with multiple levels of dropdown support for the main menu. There are 2 areas of the theme where you can assign a menu; the main menu, and Secondary Menu. Each of these menu locations can have a custom menu assigned. Once a menu is created and assigned to the location, it will show up on the site. There are also several Theme Options to customize the menu. Please see below for the menu locations, how to create a new menu, and the menu Theme Options.

  • Main Menu – This is the Main Menu that shows in the Header area.
  • Secondary Menu – This is the top Secondary Menu that can be assigned with headers 2-

Setting up the MegaMenu

Here are some points regarding mega menu and default menu.

  • By default you will have option to disable menu text and menu link option for every menu.
  • To enable mega menu please check the ‘Use As Mega Menu’ option and you can choose the number of column layout for mega menu ( available options 2 column, 3 column and 4 column ).
  • You can add any page or custom link or any available pages as sub menu for mega menu.
  • In sub menu you will have ‘Enable Fullwidth’ option which will make current menu and all its submenu to display in fullwidth.
  • Also for every submenu you will have option to choose custom widget area in ‘Display Widget Area’, which is created in buddha panel ( Dashboard -> Appearance -> Kriya Options ).
  • You can also choose number of column(s) these custom widgets should occupy ( available options 2 column, 3 column and 4 column ).


How to Setup a New Menu

Step 1 – Navigate to Appearance > Menus section of your admin sidebar.

Step 2 – Click the ‘Create a new menu’ link to make a new menu. Enter the name then click the ‘Create Menu’ button.

Step 3 – To add a menu item, select one of your created pages on the left hand side and click the ‘Add to Menu’ button. You can also add all kinds of different posts from the left side.

Step 4 – To add a custom menu item, enter URL and Link Text using ‘Custom Links’ box.

Step 5 – Manage your menus by using the drag and drop functionality. To create a dropdown menu, simply drag a menu item below and slightly to the right of another menu item.

Step 6 – After setting up your menu, scroll down to the bottom of the page to assign the menu to one of the 3 locations in the Theme Locations box.

Step 7 – Once its all done, make sure you click the Save button.


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