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subnavExpanders()

Automatically expand the Nebula subnav.

JavaScript February 22, 2017

Usage

This function runs automatically, so it is not called manually. Is this incorrect?

Additional Notes

This function looks for any menu inside the .xoxo sidebar class with a child UL. It then adds a toplevelvert_expander class to it, and when appropriate (if it is an ancestor menu-item) clicks the expander to show the sub-menu items.

Source File

Located in /assets/js/nebula.js on line 5321.

Note: This function contains 1 to-do comment.

JavaScript
nebula.subnavExpanders = function(){
    if ( nebula.site.options.sidebar_expanders && jQuery('#sidebar-section .menu').length ){ //@todo "Nebula" 0: Use optional chaining
        jQuery('#sidebar-section .menu li.menu-item:has(ul)').addClass('has-expander').append('<a class="toplevelvert_expander closed" href="#"><i class="fas fa-caret-left"></i> <span class="sr-only">Expand</span></a>');
        jQuery('.toplevelvert_expander').parent().children('.sub-menu').hide();
        nebula.dom.document.on('click', '.toplevelvert_expander', function(){
            jQuery(this).toggleClass('closed open').parent().children('.sub-menu').slideToggle();
            return false;
        });
        //Automatically expand subnav to show current page
        jQuery('.current-menu-ancestor').children('.toplevelvert_expander').click();
        jQuery('.current-menu-item').children('.toplevelvert_expander').click();
    }
};

Override

To override or disable this JavaScript function, simply redeclare it with the exact same function name.

JavaScript
nebula.subnavExpanders = function(){
    //Write your own code here, leave it blank, or return false.
}