Today we want to share another menu experiment with you. For sure you are familiar with the off-canvas navigation on mobile apps and the implementations for responsive websites like the one by David Bushell. We tried to explore the possibility of creating a nested multi-level menu, something that could be quite useful for menus with lots of content (like navigations of online stores). The result is a “push” menu that can (theoretically) contain infinite nested sub-menus. When opening a sub-level, the whole navigation pushes the content more, allowing a slice of the parent menu to be visible. Optionally, this slice can be visible or not, in which case the sub-menu will simply cover its parent.
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A navigation bar plugin to follow background with cursor.
In this tutorial I’m going to show you how to create circular navigations using CSS transforms. I’m going to take you through the steps for creating these styles one by one, and explain the math (yikes!) and simple logic behind them so you get a clear understanding of the technique.
Like I mentioned, there’s going to be some basic math involved, along with CSS transforms to create these styles. But don’t worry, the math is really very simple and I’ll be going through it step by step.
Today we’d like to share some experimental and creative link effects with you. The idea is to use pseudo-elements and animate them to create a subtle and modern effect. In the examples we are using hover transitions, but you could also imagine these effects on click or as an initial animation.
SimpleSlideView is a nifty little jQuery or Zepto plugin for the simplest of sliding views.This plugin was designed to work well with non-fixed layouts, which means it can be helpful to scroll to the top of the window or container prior to a view changing. If a
$.scrollTo plugin is available, SimpleSlideView will attempt to use it by default. It has been tested with jquery.scrollTo and ZeptoScroll.
This jQuery plugin creates the box lid effect for navigation menus, and is inspired by Toybox. You can see it in action by hovering your mouse over the menu bar on the left.
A tutorial on how to re-create the slide out sidebar menu that can be seen on the Google Nexus 7 website.It slides out with a really nice effect where some subitems get expanded as well. When hovering over a special menu icon, the sidebar icons will be revealed. When clicking on the icon, the whole sidebar menu will be shown. The first sidebar menu item is a search input which is styled the same way like the other menu items.
Menutron is a jQuery plugin for responsive navigation menus.Menutron transforms your navigation menus from a list to a select menu when resizing your browser. On mobile devices, the select menu pulls up a native control, making it easier to pick an item.
- It’s concise – When implemented in a responsive design, your menu becomes consolidated in to a single control, saving you horizontal and/or vertical real-estate.
- It’s convenient – On mobile devices, the select controls will activate a native control, like the picker control for iOS, which can be navigated using drag, nudge, or flick gestures.
- It’s intuitive – It works on any type of list (ol,ul,dl) and automatically adds a menu title of “Choose…” for easy recognition
Responsive 3D Mega Drop Down Menu is a flexible and high customizable to build your custom menus. It is very easy to build a horizontal or verticalmenu. In addition to you can set up the menu item drop down by clicking or hovering. You can assign a certain color or choose in 16 colorvariants. There are 2 colors for drop downs (dark and light) and many 2D, 3D effects.
- Responsive Design, support any PC or MAC systems, smartphones and tablets
- Compatible to Bootstrap
- Horizontal and vertical versions
- Dark & Light Themes + 16 Additional Colors
- Many of jQuery effects (flip, wiggle, bounce …)
- Click/hover behavior choice on the mega menu options page
- Fly-out Menu with Unlimited Sublevels
- Dropdown can be fix or full width
- Cross-Browser Support
- Form elements styling
In this tutorial we will create an actions menu with jQuery that appears when checkboxes are selected. This can be a very helpful UI property since we don’t force the user to scroll to the place where the actions are – they just appear whenever the user needs them.
Additionally, the user can drag the actions box to the place that is more practical for him, and the box will always follow when the user scrolls the page. It will also show a count of how many checkboxes were selected.
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