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Richard van Heukelum

9 Sep 2015, 7:28 pm

Close those submenu's on mobile view

You just build a responsive menu for your web site, with quit a few submenu items. But when visiting with a mobile device, all those submenu’s are automatically expanded.

When the parent menu items of those submenus have their own page, you could add this style to your stylesheet, starting at your first breakpoint:

#fwNav1 .fwNavItem .sub { display:none; }

It’s the easy way out when you just want a cleaned up menu.

Richard

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Erik

20 Oct 2015, 6:52 pm

Hi Richard,

Like to try this,

#fwNav1 in the tag field?

.fwNavItem in name field?

and the rest of the code

THX

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Richard van Heukelum

24 Oct 2015, 7:08 pm

Nope, the whole #fwNav1 .fwNavItem .sub should go into the Tag field.

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Per-Arne Sollien

6 Oct 2017, 6:54 pm

Thanks.

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agallagher

10 Feb 2018, 12:20 pm

Can this be done in Freeway or does it have to be applied after every upload within the code on the server. If it can be done in Freeway, where please?

Thanks Anthony