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Menu button and header bar missing after turning on Shortcodes?

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    Kristin

    When I enable shortcodes, both my menu button and header bar disappear? Tested in Firefox, Chrome and Safari. As well, the shortcodes don’t actually seem to work. When I paste…

    <?php echo do_shortcode(‘[responsive_menu]’); ?>

    Into my theme’s footer.php file, it just prints [responsive_menu] to the page.

    As soon as I turn off shortcodes, the menu button and header bar return.

    No errors in the console, and not using and modified CSS, etc.

    Anything you could think of that might be causing this?

    #57087 Reply

    Kristin

    OK, quick update. It looks like when you turn on shortcodes, you need to use the shortcode to place the menu button. If that doesn’t exist somewhere on the site, then the menu bar doesn’t show. I just placed the [responsive_menu_pro] code into the body of a post—at this point, the menu button shows and now the header bar does too. So, all good now.

    #57094 Reply

    Hey Kristin,

    That’s correct. Your first shortcode was for the Free version and you need to combine the shortcode with the Use Shortcode option.

    All the best

    Peter

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