Instead of including a preset, you can write a custom skin for UberMenu using the custom.css stylesheet.
- Copy or rename
ubermenu/custom/directory (just like with
- In Appearance > UberMenu > Style Configuration, set Style Application to Custom. (This loads the custom.css file instead of a preset file)
- Start editing
custom.cssas you see fit!
The Customization Assistant can also be useful in determining selectors to target specific menu elements.
You should always back up this file before updating, just to be safe.
Don’t forget that the
custom.css file won’t be loaded, and therefore won’t affect your site, unless you set your Style Application to Custom.
custom.css replaces your skin, it does not augment it.