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Interesting menu, I like it.

Awesome plugin and very well documented

Thanks.

Kaspersky says Trojan.Crypt in the demo. please check

Sometimes karpersky fires an alert because of an obfuscated scripts. Don’t worry, the page is entirely secure.

Hi, i have a pre sale question, it is possible to replace the button with a hamburger, and is possible close the overlay screen by select a menu (About Us or Services) item, not only by click the close X, thx for feedback, piXel

There is a method named “hideNav” that you can use to hide the overlay screen. You can use a custom class and bind this method to your element. You can replace the “x” button to your own element and bind this method using the “click” event, for exemple. The documentation explains how to do that.

How would I close the modal in a link when the link is clicked. I have it working on desktop but it’s not working on mobile.

Hi, I am having a bug on Firefox – when you hover over the nav menu the background flicks colour? I have private messaged the URL. Thanks

I was able to fix with basic CSS change.

.full-screen-nav-menu li:hover a { background-color: #333 !important; color: #fff !important; }

Thanks!

Right. Thanks :)

Hi there, Your Plug-in looks great. I am considering buying it and using it on my website. And here comes the question for You – my site is a one-pager and I need the navigation for jumping to a certain section of the page, rather than jumping to another page. As far as I know, a conventional full screen navigation usually doesn’t work for this kind of purpose. Would Your plug-in work?

Thanks!

Tom

For this type of interaction, i guess this type of navigation is not properly good. Thanks for the interest.

Thanks anyway!

Can I change the color background with image or slider easily? Thanks.

The main navigation element consists in a fixed div convering the screen entirely. So, in this case, I see a implementation giving a opacity to the main element to show the background a bit and your slider or image behind it.

There are a callback functions named “onShow” and “onHide”. You can use these callbacks to show/hide your slider or image when showing/hiding the fullscreen menu:


jQuery("#full-screen-nav").FSNav({
     onShow: function(){
            /* show your slider or image */
     }
     onHide: function(){
            /* hide your slider or image */
     }
});

blupace

blupace Purchased

Hey, I like the look of your menu, I just have one question. I would like a menu item to open a modal window which presents the user with information, this will probably be a page with different gallery options that the user can then click on to go to that gallery.

Will the menu stay open until the use clicks the close, or will it auto close when the modal window appears?

Kind regards,

blupace

blupace Purchased

Ah also is it possible to do a “contact us” form from the full screen menu?

as I see in one of comment, does the code of the menu is obfuscated

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