If your sticky menu on a mobile page is not opening the menu on click in your WordPress theme, there could be several reasons for this issue. Here are some steps you can take to troubleshoot and solve the problem:
- Theme and Plugin Conflicts: Disable all plugins and switch to a default WordPress theme (such as Twenty Twenty-One). Check if the sticky menu works on mobile. If it does, then the issue might be with your theme or one of the plugins. Re-enable them one by one to identify the conflicting element.
- Ensure Mobile Menu is Configured: Verify that your theme has a mobile menu configured correctly. Some themes use a different menu structure or implementation for mobile devices. Check the theme documentation for guidance on setting up the mobile menu.
- Check Theme Options: Some themes have specific options related to mobile menus or sticky menus. Go through the theme options panel and make sure you have configured the menu settings correctly.
- Update Your Theme and Plugins: Ensure that your WordPress theme and all plugins are up to date. Outdated themes or plugins can sometimes cause compatibility issues.
- Contact Theme Support: If you’re still experiencing issues, reach out to the theme’s support team. They might have specific solutions or updates to address the problem.
- Custom CSS Issues: Check if there is any custom CSS affecting the mobile menu. Sometimes, conflicting styles can prevent the menu from opening. You can use browser developer tools to inspect elements and identify any conflicting styles.
- Test on Different Devices and Browsers: Check if the issue persists on different mobile devices and browsers. This can help determine if the problem is specific to a certain device or browser.
By following these steps, you should be able to identify and resolve the issue with your sticky mobile menu in your WordPress theme. If you continue to experience problems, consider seeking help from the theme’s support forum or a WordPress developer.