Magic Gellan 2

    Responsive Mega Menu made with Magic Zones

    About this page

    This page has a MagicGellan bar set to Full Width Center.

    The MagicGellan menu items are set to only display Zones. This means that while we have MagicMarkers to provide scroll links for the magic dots stack, those links are not shown in our Icon Bar.

    See the Version of this page using the Magellan Mobile Menu with dropdown zones here.

    Magic Dots.

    The Magic Dot stack on this page shows an alternative style with square dots and a fill effect using the border width.

    We have enabled the Hide Icons setting so that only the text of the Marker Links is displayed.

    Notice how the Magic Dot stack automatically ignores Magic Zones. It would make no sense to display them in a dot navigation.

    Magic Zones.

    Drop a Magic Zone stack into your page flow where you want it to appear in the menu. In the case of this page all the zones are at the bottom of the page after the final marker stack. They therefore appear at the end of the menu after the last scroll link for Marker 4

    Setting up Zones couldn't be easier. Simply select whether you want the zone to be a

    • Link to another page or external URL

    • Launch a Foundation Reveal lightbox

    • Open a Foundation Dropdown

    Magic Gellan works its magic on the Foundation dropdown to attach it to the menu (even when fixed) and to remove the triangular pip and fit it seamlessly to the bottom of the MagicGellan menu bar.

    Dropdown zone items even work in the MagicGellan mobile menu.

    Zone Styling

    Text and icons in the Magic Zone can take the styling from the MagicGellan menu settings or you can define custom styles to make them stand out. This includes hover and active colors.

    There is also setting to turn the magic zone menu item into a button - like the ones on this page.


    Magic Zones now support font-awesome icons just the same as Magic Markers

    You can choose to have an icon with text, just an icon or just text. What is more, you can do this responsively and hide icons for different screen sizes for example.


    Each stack in the MagicGellan suite is a fully featured stack in its own right.

    When integrated together they allow you to do pretty much anything you could want.

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