Responsive Sliding Menu


Responsive Sliding Menu allows you to generate a shortcode to integrate into your site via a page builder (Elementor, Oxygen, Divi, Gutenberg…) or via PHP.
A preview of the rendering is available in the WordPress plugin settings interface.
In particular, you can modify the colors, font sizes or even the icon of the burger menu (responsive). You can also use Elementor Widget RSM Menu to display (or not) your Responsive Sliding Menu.

A brief Markdown Example

  1. Modify Responsive Sliding Menu settings
  2. Save the changes
  3. Copy/paste the [responsive_slider_menu] shortcode into your page builder
  4. You can also copy/paste the instruction in your PHP header.php file


  • Modify the general settings of Responsive Sliding Menu
  • Menu preview on the plugin page
  • Change the menu style
  • Overview of the submenu and sub-submenu
  • Icon of the burger menu chosen on the frontend
  • Display of the menu in mobile version on the frontend
  • Choose to display RSM using Elementor


  1. Download the Responsive Sliding Menu plugin ZIP file
  2. Unzip the plugin in the /wp-content/plugins folder
  3. On the WordPress plugins page, select the plugin and activate it


Can I change everything in my menu?

In plugin v1, you can change menu colors, font sizes, mobile burger menu icon, screen size from which mobile menu will display.
It is not yet possible to modify the inside of the menu that opens sideways, but we are working on it for the next version

How do I modify the content of my menu?

The menus are found in Appearance>Menus. You just need to select or create a menu to modify its content.
Don’t forget to save your changes!

Not all of the submenus of my menu are displayed. Is it normal ?

Responsive Sliding Menu only displays 3 menu levels. If your submenus itself contains submenus, these will not be displayed.
If you have other display concerns, please contact us


Oktubor 26, 2022
plugin, simples rápido e pratico, faz com perfeição tudo que promete, recomendo a todos
Maarec 17, 2022 1 reply
The name of the plugin is “Responsive Sliding Menu”. The developer is also responsive. This morning I installed and tested the plugin. It worked the first time I tried it. In fact, I had it working in minutes. By lunchtime I had completed an exchange with the developer that resolved a minor issue that I had. The plugin works well with the new Full-Site-Editing block themes, which is how I was using it. I got it because I have not been satisfied with the navigation block that comes with Gutenberg, which does not slide out. This is exactly what I was looking for.
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Contributors & Developers

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  • fix: replacing elementor deprecated functions
  • fix: minor css bug – close icon
  • compatibility check with WP core 6.4.3


  • code fix: adding condition on size of array
  • php8 compatibility check


  • compatibility check with WP core 5.9
  • fix: review banner hides when clicked


  • compatibility check with WP core 5.8.2


  • compatibility check with WP core 5.8.1


  • feature: Elementor compatible – allows to add RSM widget using Elementor widgets
  • compatibility check with WP core 5.8


  • patch: loads dashicons


  • CSS box shadow mobile menu
  • add chevrons to submenus
  • remove fontawesome


  • change fontawesome with dashicons
  • add “always” and “never” choices to mobile menu icon


  • translation ready
  • CSS fix


  • add a review notice after 7 days


  • compatibility check with WP core 5.7.2
  • edit US pot file
  • JS translation
  • fix backend css


  • compatibility check with WP core 5.7.1
  • add language pot file
  • add EN_US language mo file
  • fix css transitions


  • compatibility check with WP core 5.6.1


  • compatibility check with WP core 5.5


  • plugin creation