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Mega menus are a new trend. These are drop-down triggered when an event is triggered by hovering over a link mentioned in the menu. This is used to show all options under the particular menu. This is used on e-commerce site where all the available options are listed under a particular category. To add mega menu we are using “mega-dropdown menu”, to the menu item which will display the items under its list. To separate the content we are using the tab classes like “tab-content” and “tab-pane”. Define the tab-pane with particular ID’s. Define the nav tab’s as toggleable with links to the tab-pane of mega-menu items. Check out the CSS for hovering and styling. As mega menus are dropdowns using hovering events, you must be careful to add this on the selected menu items. Use this for your e-commerce website by listing your items and images.
This is the best example of Off Canvas Menu. This can be used in any devices. A user would click on the icon or touch an icon to make an action that would result in the vertical navigation of menu sliding into the screen from the off canvas. This is one of the best examples of a multi-device layout pattern where web pages are designed to arrange and rearrange the page layout according to the devices used. The icon called as “Hamburg menu icon” as it resembles Hamburg. Instead of an icon, we can also use a button called “Menu”. To achieve this, we use wrapper where we are placing the off-canvas and menu to display the vertical navigation bar. To demo the action the toggle button is displayed at the center. You can place it to the sides of the screen. CSS and Javascript are used along with this pattern. Ref: "https://codepen.io/ncerminara/pen/quJpi"
This snippet displays the stylish restaurant menus on the page. This can be easily integrated with your web page. It uses the latest features of Bootstrap 4 and jquery 3.2.The font for this style is carefully selected to match the template and enhances to make it stylish. In a container which is gives a behavior of responsiveness, we have a “section-title” which is aligned in the center. Next we have set of “single_menu_list” defined in the “menu_style1”. These set or template defines the “menu_list”, a set of image and menu header and description of each menu. These are placed equally into divided column of the row. The image border is reduced to zero during mouse hover which gives an image an elegant feature. You can use this snippet and tweak for your page to display your menu views similarly on menu card given in restaurants.
This is a classic example of the responsive navigation bar with no javascript needed. It uses clean HTML5 markup. This navigation bar is aligned to left but can be aligned to center or right. In mobile devices, the navigation bar is set on the top with the logo displayed whereas on the website it’s displayed on the left of the device. Toggling behavior can be seen by clicking on the toggle button. The dropdown is already set for some menu. The icon for each menu is set. CSS file defines responsive behavior using a media query. Navbar on the screen of width above than 767px will be displayed as block align to left, whereas for the screens below 767px the navigation bar will be displayed on the top of the page. Use this navigation bar for mobile applications to navigate to your custom links.
This is a classic example of the navigation bar, with scrollbar effect to the dropdown navigated links. This could be used for the educational or business website. This uses bootstrap and jquery. HTML is quite simple with the tag defining the dropdown and sub menu. It shows the example of a scroll bar effect where the submenus are scrolling without the scroll bar displayed vertically. Also, there is an example where no sub-menus are mentioned under the menu. The scrolling effect is given by javascript, using hover functionality. Javascript takes care of the height and items in sub-menus. It decides the speed of scrolling according to the list in the sub menu. More the list faster is the scrolling. CSS defined the style for each class used in the snippet. Use this snippet to create the desired navbar for your website.
This is an example of vertical responsive sidebar navigation, which can be used for mobiles or other devices. This is fully responsive and space saving sidebar navigation for any project. It is decorated button with primary and large settings. It button behavior is set with toggling property. The navigation is set to be a sidebar using sidebar-nav class this gives the navigation bar an ability to be placed at one side of the site. The navbar can have its brand name set by side-bar class. CSS file defines the effects and style for this navbar. Check out the properties set for each class and the wrapper which wrappers the navbar. The mouse hover effect is set in CSS with its color changing effect. The javascript adds the effect of toggling the navbar. This navbar is perfect for its responsive behavior. Use this and tweak it to your requirement.
This is a stylish, elegant, and eye-catching navigation bar with the perfect match for fonts and color. This is a must use for sites like personal blogs. This uses the font awesome icons, to display details in each circle. The tag uses the main-navigation class which defines the navigation bar, which is followed by container. The span is styled with the circle, the shape is the eye catcher for this navigation bar. Try pointing the mouse on the link, and you would see the rolling effect of these circles. This effect is defined in CSS using “rotate(360 deg)”. The CSS also defines the media queries, for the screen with a maximum width. Check out other properties defined for this navigation bar. Use this navbar with your page and site, this is an eye-rolling navigation bar with fun to watch the links rollings. Source: "https://codepen.io/TomHergenreter/pen/qHkfb"
This is an example of a clean navigation bar for an educational site. The font and the style are a perfect match for the sites like tutorials. The navigation bar displays four links which can be linked to the pages like“Home”, “Tutorials”, “About”, and “Contact”. You can add more links to accommodate the pages of your site. You can have a nested link displayed using the numbered list for any given link. Using the and list tags, various topics can be categories. Mouse hover on the “Tutorials” and “Design” link and you would see the list of topics under “Design” displaying with effect. With the classes like “drop bottom” and “dropRight”, we can decide the direction of the list to be displayed. CSS adds effects like background-color, visibility, padding and most important for mouse hovering event. Use this navigation bar style for your website with your topics and links. Source: "https://codepen.io/rssatnam/pen/niBsD"