How to style a WordPress navigation menu bar using CSS
In general, when I write styles for a navigational component with a complex functionality I like to split styles into blocks “structure/functionality” and “presentation/appearance” styles, even if that means that I have to be a bit more verbose or even duplicate some selectors. I’ve found that it provides a clear separation of concerns and becomes a much more maintainable paradigm, especially when the component’s presentational requirements become very complex (think animations, different colors for each sub-item, etc). We’re not going to deal with that kind of stuff right now, but it’s a good practice to have in mind when the CSS concerns are so cleanly separated in a particular isolated component such as this one.
How to Style WordPress Navigation Menus
Do you want to customize your WordPress navigation menus to change their colors or appearance? Your WordPress theme handles the appearance of navigation menus on your site. You can easily customize it using CSS to meet your requirements. In this article, we will show you how to style WordPress navigation menus.
How to Style Any WordPress Theme’s Navigation Menu
Max Mega Menu will automatically convert your menu into a mega menu. If you prefer the traditional ‘flyout’ look, that’s also supported by the plugin. Although it’s not the most intuitive to use, this popular plugin offers a wealth of features to help you style the perfect site navigation system for your visitors. Your menus are arranged in a drag-and-drop interface, before styling almost every aspect including font size and background color, icons, and transitions.