This is one the most lightweight solutions to have a responsive and full size menu on top of the page contents..
- Custom colors and background patterns. - Custom opacity level for modern designs. - Custom fade speed and smooth color transitions. - Advanced alignment modes and positions. - RWD and RTL support. - Tooltips for the button and the options. - Embeding objects support (useful for logos, additional functionality, etc). - Works smoothly with [rz] Preloaded Links. - Maximum crossbrowser, crossplatform and backward compatibility. - No additional dependencies and no jQuery required.
- Improved and expanded formating options including margins, padding and sizing. - Improved scripts location. - Minor core tweaks.
* New in version 1.0.5
- The open/close button can have transparent background. - Optionally, the open/close button can have a common pattern (a png/gif image with transparencies is recommended).
* New in version 1.0.4
- Added an optional custom border to the options panel. - Fixed an incorrect panel size (under certain parameters).
* New in version 1.0.3
- New optional blind effect for open/close sequence. - Fade effect is now optional.
* New in version 1.0.2
- Panel margins support (modern schemes with backward support). - Simplified and more versatile margins handling for the elements. - Improved startup.
* New in version 1.0.1
- Improved (and extended) images/options alignments. - Improved backward compatibility in 'current page detection'. - Fixed a misalignment on breakpoints when options are mixed with and without images. - Fixed a bug when embedding some standard objects.
How to use?
1. Drag and drop this extension and enter the options menu, this means the links to the available pages in your project. 2. Optionally, you can setup additional properties such as alignments, margins, colors, backgrounds/patterns and many other options; or leave them as by default. 3. Preview or publish.
Available custom functions:
You can have your own images, links or any other object that supports events. The event, usually "onclick", can call the following available functions:
MyMenu.open(); to open the menu. MyMenu.close(); to close the menu.
(Replace "MyMenu" with the actual extension instance name.)