How to create mega menu with columns in CSS and Elementor | Menu dropdown with columns – NO PLUGINS

In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a simple mega menu with dropdown with two or more columns using only Elementor and CSS. No additional plugins required!

You can make symmetric or asymmetric columns and break the column at a desired place using the nth-child elements.

This solution applies to both Elementor Pro and FREE version.

PURCHASE AND DOWNLOAD ELEMENTOR PRO:

https://trk.elementor.com/cssexpress

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SIMPLE CUSTOM CSS AND JS PLUGIN:

To use custom CSS code with Elementor FREE, I am using the Simple Custom CSS and JS plugin for WordPress that you can download here:

Simple Custom CSS and JS

Have fun and thanks for watching!

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Track Title: Staycation

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