Version 2.0 introduced a backend admin panel where you can configure the elements to display in your new navbar, and how they should display.
In the next release of this plugin, you’ll also be able to configure the css styling right from the admin panel: nav item widths and spacing, background and text colors, border color and width, font size and style, left or right alignment, etc.
You’ll also be able to reposition your new navbar relative to your theme with only 2 settings… so it will scroll with your pages.
What all this means is that you’ll be able to replace your theme’s main nav with your fancy new custom job and no one’s the wiser.
The next update will include more extensive CSS customization (to make your new menu look really awesome), and a cleaner stylesheet.
I’m not really sure when that will be though as I’ve been very occupied lately with a new theme design: 100% customizable with a barrelfull of cool options. It’s a premium theme, but with a very affordable (imho) pricetag: $25.
The pre-launch of the new theme (BuddyBuilder) is on Wednesday, followed by 10 days of adjustment and code cleanup. The launch is scheduled for January 15th. Sneak peek here: http://buddylite.com/