Not having a responsive menu well coded, will break your website on smaller screens. These are the best solutions to solve this problem.
Responsive design it’s not a trend anymore; it’s a necessity. With all kind of tutorials and resources available online, you can rightfully say that it’s surprising when a website isn’t responsive. Almost every week, talented developers are creating new java script/j query plugins or CSS techniques to make things better, so there’s no excuse in 2014 not to use responsive design.
By far, one of the most challenging part of developing responsive websites is to create cool menu designs that work on both small and larger screens. Despite the fact that most web designers are turning their attention to small screens ( smartphones or tablets) and forget about larger screens, which, by the way, are in the same boat like the rest of the devices, whatever they choose they still need some sort of help.
Today, we’re going to show you what’s best in terms of responsive menu design, CSS techniques or j Query plugins. Remember though, before you even think of using a plugin or anything else, plan your menu design so that your site content remains intact.
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