Since hook functionality was opened up in WordPress, life is great for developers because we no longer have to temper the theme code to introduce something as small as a top bar for promotion.
However, it was a pain in the a** trying to figure out where all the hooks are located (especially mobile).
As such, here’s a quick guideline for navigation hooks, and with mobile as well.
There’s an official GeneratePress hooks visual guide at the official site (without the mobile version).
It’s not a huge deal, but I just thought it would be even more helpful to see the differences between how one behaves on a desktop and in mobile.
Thoughts on hooks
Ultimately, the goal of any good business website is to generate leads/convert traffic into opportunities.
To encourage the odd of conversion, it is proven by data that having a prominent CTA on the top right-hand corner is one of the best ways to achieve such results.
To place a prominent button at the end of the main menu, the two available configurations are:
However, the way how those two hooks behave is a bit different from what most of us would expect – showing up at the end of the mobile menu bar. So, make sure to take extra steps to cater to the mobile view when optimizing for lead conversion with a CTA button inside the main menu bar!