In order to use “Floating” you must first install and activate DiviMenus. Then please follow these steps:
I have purchased through Elegant Themes Marketplace
Products purchased from The Divi Marketplace will work under your current Divi License, so no additional license is required. Just install your plugin, activate it and start using it!
The only difference between the “Divi Marketplace” version and the “DonDivi version” on our site is the License key.
Nothing to worry about!
I have purchased through DonDivi
If you have purchased this product at DonDivi, you will receive an email with the download link and your license key.
- Install the ZIP file into your website and Activate it.
- Introduce your License Key at DonDivi > Licenses and Activate it.
- Use the Check License button whenever you want to check the status of your License.
Plugin Settings Page
The Plugin Settings Page helps you to easily add a Floating DiviMenu on your WordPress post and pages.
To access this page, go to the DonDivi menu and click on Floating Divimenus.
In order to add a Floating Divimenus you must set the DiviMenu to display, the destination post and pages and the location.
Secondly, choose the destination posts where you want to display the the DiviMenu.
The supported destination posts are:
- Divi Projects
- WooCommerce Products
- Search Results Page
- 404 Page
This includes posts, categories and archive pages.
For example, you may want to display a DiviMenu either on a specific page, on several pages, on a specific post category, on several categories, on a archive page, on a Divi project post, on a Divi project category, on WooCommerce products, on several WooCommerce categories, etc.
The possibilities are almost endless!
Finally, you need to tell the plugin where to display the Floating DiviMenu.
The Divimenu will be placed automagically on the selected position.
Additional notes on location
You don’t need to set the DiviMenu alignment in the DiviMenus Settings Modal. The plugin handles all the alignment logic behind the scenes so the DiviMenu is positioned correctly.
You may want some spacing. If so, you just need to set the spacing in the DiviMenus Settings Modal. For example, if you have selected the Top left location in the Floating DiviMenus settings page, you can set some top and left spacing.
The following screenshot shows the Floating DiviMenu with the 20px custom padding:
This is the recommended way to add spacing to Floating DiviMenus. If for some reason you prefer to set this spacing via custom CSS, you can style the .dd-floating-divimenu, .dd-floating-divimenu-tablet and .dd-floating-divimenu-phone CSS classes.
This is the metabox that you will find in each post. As mentioned above, you can override the general settings by using it.
For example, you may want to display the Floating DiviMenu in the current post, and you may also want to hide it on mobile devices.
Changes are not reflected on front-end pages
Problem: The user goes to the Divi Library to update a DiviMenu that is being displayed as a Floating DiviMenu. Once updated in the Visual Builder, the DiviMenu is not updated on front-end pages.
Possible cause: The DiviMenu style is cached, and so the cached styles are still being applied.
Solution: Go to Divi -> Theme Options -> Builder -> clear the builder cache / disable the builder cache (generate static CSS file). You might be using a plugin cache as well. If so, empty the page cache.