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    Hey masters of the Enfold Aweomesauce ~!

    I am working on a new site to replace an old site

    But the old site has DUAL site wide persistent navigation.

    I guess ideally what I need is sidebars on both sides or as I suggested a different layout with dual primary navigations.

    see >> DUAL side Bars for dual site-wide persistent navigation/menu systems. in feature requests

    Can you advise us to what would be the best way to achieve what we want to achieve?

    since we need pages like to keep the sidebar on the right side with shopping cart and more while keeping navigation to the left side bar and very much wanting to have a header with navigation too..

    maybe there is a 3rd party tool I could use that you think would do the job.

    thanks so much for any help you can give us our go-live date is in 4 weeks..



    Hey ENB!

    Can you please try creating a widget area in Appearance > Widgets and add your navigation inside it and then edit your page and add Widget Area element to the left side while displaying sidebar on the right side and check if that helps? :)

    Best regards,


    Hey Yigit,

    I thought about that too, and I have done that with sites like

    but this does not seem to be something that would work on shop pages, product pages, or category or tag pages etc…

    what do you think?


    Is there a way that I could perhaps get the “full width sub menu” to show up on other pages easily?

    I saw this but I don’t know where this code would be placed, nor if it would show up on blog pages and product pages and tag and category pages..




    Have you tried it in the header.php file? You can also use the “ava_after_main_container” hook. Example:

    Best regards,


    Hi Ismael,

    I have not tried this yet, can you be more specific about what code I should add to get the navigation to be site wide and show up on other pages using the header and the hook?

    Sorry, but I need a little bit more help with articulating what code to put in what places.

    thank you




    You can copy the html code from the previous thread or use the full width submenu shortcode in combination with the “ava_after_main_container” action hook. Example:

    add_action( 'ava_after_main_container', 'ava_after_main_container_mod', 10);
    function ava_after_main_container_mod() {
        echo do_shortcode("[av_submenu which_menu='' menu='33' position='center' color='main_color' sticky='aviaTBsticky' mobile='disabled' custom_class='']

    Change the value of the “menu” parameter to the id of the menu that you want to use.

    Best regards,


    Hey Ismael,

    I guess this is my menu id? >> id=”menu-header-main-menu”
    where would I paste the code?
    does it go in functions for the child theme?

    thank you


    • This reply was modified 7 years, 6 months ago by ENBertussi. Reason: forgot detail


    No, Menu ID is a numerical value, you can check it while editing the Menu itself in the backend –

    Best regards,


    Ok great stuff thanks Josue,

    One other thing I would like to be able to do is get rid of the vertical line the | that is between menu items.. I don’t see that option available..

    I am using some word wrap stuff + and other code to change the font size for the last menu item…

    What I am noticing see dev site is that the lines between menu items is causing there to be extra space added above the menu items.. if I can either control the line beside/to the left of the last menu item [ #menu-item-13078 ] or get rid of the lines all together I think that would help things..

    Let me know if this is a setting or if i Need some extra css..




    You can use the following css code to remove the border of the submenu items.

    #top .av-subnav-menu > li > a {
        border-left: 0;

    Best regards,

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