@chandan thanks for the suggestion but it doesn't appear to have worked. With your help I'd like to try a different approach. Is it possible to publish the Social Icons module to the off-canvas menu and then use css to make it always open and sticky?
Thank you, please advise!
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Ok thank you! You have seen what my goal is from the previous screen shot. (see above)
Can you provide steps to publish this Social Icons module to off-canvas menu. I would like it to be vertical aligned on right and sticky (always open) so I will need to know which CSS to adjust (or add) to custom css field so the icons are stacked and position is lower on the page than the current off-canvas position.
Sorry if Chandan couldn't assist you better on this one. Let me try and see if I can you, replies in order:
#1 Create a JD Builder module with Social Links element >> Style the module according to your requirement >> Assign it to the offcanvas module position >> Save and Close the changes. (www.screencast.com/t/AArXU6IufU).
#2 Once you have published the module with custom CSS, you can align the icons vertically for which Chandan had shared you the CSS code on this reply #27655 that you will have to add within the element.
#3 Now this part requires a lot of custom development work on your end and we cannot provide you everything here. Sorry to say but there are some restrictions to the support we provide for our free products on forum.
#4 To align the icons vertically you can refer to the CSS shared in reply #27655 that you need to add in the element. To place it in the offcanvas at a lower position on the page is a custom work for which I have already given you the details whom to contact with.
Let us know if this made things clear in anyway.
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