When version 1.0.2 dropped into my mailbox, I took a look at it, but decided that it wasn't quite ready for a review. I wrote to Michael with a couple of suggestions, as did a couple of early adopters.
Michael took the suggestions seriously and, less than a week later Navigation jumped to version 1.1 with a dozen new options.
Navigation is now well worth taking a look at if you're looking for a new menu bar.
Navigation is a stack that targets frameworks such as Foundation and Bootstrap, but with a little CSS, the menu bar of most themes can be hidden and replaced, making Navigation the ideal menu bar for many standard themes too.
The stack can be set to fixed, or sticky and it can change colour when the page is scrolled. The mobile menu not only looks good, it is also practical.
The menu items can be configured to display on the left, or the right side of the bar and the dropdowns can also be set to left or right. There are also ten skins for the menu buttons.
Either a text, or an image may be displayed on the left side of the menu bar allowing you to name the page that is visible, or adding an appropriate icon. SVGs may be inserted.
Item Active [colour]
Font – Six options plus Custom
Enable Font Awesome
Scroll to Solid Colour
Solid Background [colour]
Click or Hover – Dropdown activation
Align Items – Left, Right
Align Dropdown – Left, Right
Dropdown Colours and Font Size
Effect – Animation effect for dropdowns – Eight animations
Dropdown Icon – Eight options
Responsive Menu Burger
Burger Text – Deactivated by default
Burger Starts – Default 768px
Styles – Ten skins for the buttons
Items Divider – Deactivated by default
Image or Text – Text, RapidWeaver Image, Stacks Image, Warehouse Image
When Image is chosen, formatting options are displayed for desktop and mobile formatting – plus an alternate image for mobile.
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