“CSS3 driven animation, graceful degradation.”
Doesn’t seem to work in the latest version of FF with JS turned off.
It´s possible to active a different submenu with class markup?
How do you remove the arrows please?
Is setting to the active tab onclick submenu an option after reloading page ? I don’t see it in the js. Do you make an update for this future ?
Is there a posibillity a HOME button. I click it and back to level0 of menu?
Hi you can customize the js code to support this feature. You can drop me a line to implement it for you as freelance.
Hello, I like this a lot but when using this as a navigation menu, it goes back to the top level after clicking the link in the last level. What’s strange is with the ’#’ in the html it works fine, it stays on the same level I’m clicking in. But if you replace it with a file path it opens the page but you lose your place in the navigation? Can this be updated to stay where you’re clicking? Sorry if this sounds confusing.
Hi, sorry I can get it clearly. When you specify a link with a target=”_blank”, and click it, the menu will stay at the same level when open a new window.
But in a normal situation as far as navigation goes, why would you want new windows to open? Maybe it’s just me (but I don’t think so), that doesn’t make much sense. I think the file description should mention this very important limitation.
I second humulus2 & franki’s comments.
Would be very nice to have,
1. Home button
2. Stay on the same level after clicking on the item and navigating to the desired page.
is it possible to limit height please ?
is there a scroll bar for long list ?
When I click a link within the menu, when the new page loads, the menu always resets to the root menu instead of showing whatever submenu goes with that page. I noticed via the Chrome Inspector that it DOES correctly mark the active submenu with the class “activeCategory” but it doesn’t load that submenu upon the new page load.
How do I fix this?
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