I have been working on a project for a little bit now, and I’ve come to a fork in the road, and need some guidance.
The navigation menu for my project has a sub menu for two tabs, and a second sub menu for one of those tabs.
Up until recently, I’ve been committed to just giving the the sub menu the ol’ `display: none` for my convenience, but I realize this isn’t the best approach, as I’m limiting the experience for mobile users.
I’m curious to how other people approach this, my thought is there’s probably some jquery out there to disable anchor tags, then change the pseudo-class from :hover to :focus on smaller screens to display the sub menu.
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Yes, I am aware..I guess my question is..is this the best approach?
What alternatives have you used with success? If I disable the anchor tag of the parent link, it makes the page inaccessible to the mobile user. Do I have to choose which is more important for a mobile user..is there a way to have my cake and eat it too?