Managing CSS Output in Max Mega Menu
The third step of the guide to the Max Mega Menu WordPress plugin will show you how to configure the global settings and CSS delivery of the plugin.
Step 1) Login to the WordPress Dashboard.
Step 2) From the Admin Panel, choose Appearance >> Max Mega Menu to be taken to the settings page of the plugin.
Step 3) On the left-hand side, you can see there is a list of available settings, including Global Settings and Tools. Click on Global Settings first, and tick the box to show the Getting Started page. There are a lot of helpful tips and advice on that page, so its best to keep it until you have mastered the plugin.
Step 4) The CSS Output is automatically added via admin-ajax.php and loaded from the cache, but you can choose not to output the CSS or output it via the <head> tag by using the dropdown provided. It is recommended that you keep it as the default setting.
Step 5) The Menu Settings can be found by heading to Appearance >> Menus, or by clicking the blue link. Make sure you save your global settings first. These are menu specific settings, and include adding transition effects to your menus, choosing a theme and more.
Step 6) The next step is to choose Tools from the navigation to the left. From here, you can empty the CSS cache and delete all the Max Mega Menu plugin data from your database simply by clicking on the blue buttons shown below. It is recommended that you only use the Delete Data button if you are uninstalling and deleting the plugin.
The final step of the guide will show you How to Create a Menu Theme in Max Mega Menu.