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I found a great tutorial on building a clean, responsive menu and it’s ALMOST perfect!
Please take a look at http://www.gymnasticsvillage.com/unifirst/navtest (not in IE as I haven’t added response.js yet!) and reduce your browser to the break point (480)
I haven’t got a response yet from the blog author and I KNOW this could be simple for a CSS guru…what I need help with is:
1) when you open a subnav, the down arrow graphic should be swapped with an up arrow to cue the user to collapse. I made the graphic ‘upArrow.png’ just don’t know what to do now!
2) right now the menu acts as sliding panels but I would love it more like an accordion, automatically collapsing a submenu when another is selected
I hope somebody can help…thanks so much!
If anybody wants a great tutorial, check it out! http://webdesign.tutsplus.com/tutorials/site-elements/big-menus-small-screens-responsive-multi-level-navigation/