TapTap: A Super Customizable WordPress Mobile Menu
With TapTap, we set out to create an easy-to-customize mobile-first WordPress menu plugin that would be versatile enough to be used on literally any site.
We’re pretty sure we nailed it.
Be it a creative’s portfolio or a corporate site, mixing and matching fonts, font sizes, icons, letter spacing, colors, backgrounds, positioning, alignments etc. allow you to quickly create a menu that’s uniquely yours.
As can be seen from the 4 examples above, you can create results that look and feel vastly different from one another.
To get the full low-down on TapTap, have a read at the lovely features list below, and please do have a look at the live examples on the demo site here.
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As always, you can rely on our support should you need it. If you’re an existing customer and have spoken to us previously, then you already know what that means. If you’re a first time buyer, then here is just a taster of what our customers have to say about Bonfire Themes:
UPDATE 1.9 (June 24, 2015) - added option to open the menu by default on the front page - colors for active menu item can now be customized
UPDATE 1.8 (April 26, 2015) - Added a third menu button style (static SVG)
UPDATE 1.7 (March 19, 2015) - 500+ icons can now be added to menu (colors+size adjustments also available)
UPDATE 1.6 (February 14, 2015) - Added option to close menu when menu item is clicked/tapped (useful on one-page websites where menu links lead to anchors instead of new pages). - Added option to customize menu button hover color when menu is active
UPDATE 1.5 (January 28, 2015) - Heading and sub-heading texts can now optionally be turned into links - Added options to customize line heights for heading and sub-heading (useful when your (sub-)heading text spans multiple lines)
UPDATE 1.4 (January 22, 2015) - Added second menu button style (a more traditional, three-bar hamburger menu) - Added option to change active menu button color - Menu and sub-menu item font sizes and line heights can now be changed separately
UPDATE 1.3 (January 17, 2015) - You can now add customizable descriptions to single-level menu items (documentation updated accordingly) - Added quick links to settings page for easier navigation