How to create Sticky Secondary Menu on Mobile For Divi Theme | Divi is a flexible theme to create anything website you want. With it, you can create thousand variety of website just from single Divi Theme.

This time, we want to show you a trick how you can create a sticky menu on mobile for Divi Theme. This is because you cannot setup sticky menu on mobile directly from their setting. You just can set it sticky on the desktop version only.

On Divi, there is two header menu. Primary Menu Bar and Secondary Menu Bar.

Where is primary and secondary menu bar? Look at the picture below.

In this tutorial, we want just focus how to create sticky for secondary menu bar on Mobile for Divi theme.

Create Sticky Secondary Menu on Mobile For Divi Theme

By default, you just can create the sticky menu on the desktop only. But on mobile, it will automatically disable this function. So, how you can enable it?

Before that, please get one Divi Theme if you do not yet have it. Or you can get it here. Then install it on your WordPress. And then, follow our tutorial below to create a sticky menu on mobile.

Step 1 Make sure you have enabled Secondary Menu Bar on Divi settings.

Step 2 Copy the code below and paste it into your custom CSS.

Step 3 You can change the background with any color you want by using the color code.

So now, test it on your mobile and see the secondary menu now is sticky on mobile.

Very easy, right?

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Benefit of It

When you make it as a sticky menu on mobile, your prospect/visitors easily can contact you and this stuff can increase your sales or get more projects. So, you must consider making menu sticky on mobile for your website.


In this tutorial, you have learned how to create a sticky secondary menu on mobile for Divi Theme.

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