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NavNav - 90+ Responsive Navigation Bar Menu Tutorials, Examples, and Demos (CSS, jQuery, JavaScript)

NavNav - 90+ Responsive Navigation Bar Menu Tutorials, Examples, and Demos (CSS, jQuery, JavaScript)

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Bootstrap Navigation Bar with Icons by Creative Tim We restyled the classic Bootstrap Navbar and we added brand new icons. If you want to add icons to the regular navbar you have to add to your project these files: Important Don't forget to add the font files('Pe-icon7-stroke.eot','Pe-icon-7-stroke.svg','Pe-icon-7-stroke.ttf','Pe-icon-7-stroke.woff') in "/Fonts/" If you want to add the new icons to the navbar just change this code from your navbar: <li><a href="#">Account</a></li> With this one: <li><a href="#"><i class="pe-7s-user"></i><p>Account</p></a></li> If you want to add a small badge, like the one that we have in our current navbar at "Messages" button, add this code: <li><a href="#"><i class="pe-7s-user"><span class="label"> 23 </span></i><p>Account</p></a></li> Besides the default navbar, we added 5 new colors: blue, azzure, green, orange, red. Here is a full example of the blue navbar Many thanks to our friends from Pixeden for the icons font. Get more useful items for bootstrap on Creative Tim

Expert Housing Benefit Advice for UK Supported Housing Components Available glyphs Includes over 250 glyphs in font format from the Glyphicon Halflings set. Glyphicons Halflings are normally not available for free, but their creator has made them available for Bootstrap free of cost. How to use For performance reasons, all icons require a base class and individual icon class. Don't mix with other components Icon classes cannot be directly combined with other components. Only for use on empty elements Icon classes should only be used on elements that contain no text content and have no child elements. Changing the icon font location Bootstrap assumes icon font files will be located in the .. Change the @icon-font-path and/or @icon-font-name variables in the source Less files. Use whatever option best suits your specific development setup. Accessible icons Modern versions of assistive technologies will announce CSS generated content, as well as specific Unicode characters. Copy Examples Error: Enter a valid email address Example Alignment Divider Disabled menu items

7 elements of a website redesign process Shopify Plus, the enterprise version of our hosted ecommerce platform, launched in February 2014 and was still in its first iteration when I asked if it was time for a redesign. It’d been just over a year, but we had a better understanding of our customers and who we were. The old brand just didn’t fit anymore. We didn’t follow any particular process, but doing the following 7 things in tandem helped us get where we wanted to be. 1. Interviews I did 1-on-1 interviews with members of our executive team to nail down what Shopify Plus is all about. Inspiration hit after those interviews — I felt like I knew everything there was to know about the product. 2. Before diving into the project, we wrote a project brief to keep everybody on the same page. Some questions a project brief might answer: What are we trying to achieve? 3. We looked at what else is out there. Our competitive analysis document 4. Information architecture is the practice of organizing content so it’s easy to understand. 5. 6.

CSS Multi-Level Accordion Menu | CodyHouse A simple CSS accordion menu with support for sub level items. Browser support ie Chrome Firefox Safari Opera 9+ Today’s resource is a handy accordion menu with support for groups/subitems. It works with CSS only, using the :checked pseudo-class selector on the checkboxes input elements. However we included a version with jQuery as well, in case you prefer a subtle animation compared to the instant default effect. The first user case I can think of for this resources is a “layer organizer”. Icons: Creating the structure The HTML structure is pretty simple: the accordion is an unordered list. Adding style We use a smart (and quite standard nowadays) technique to detect the click and show sub content with CSS only: by including a checkbox input element, we can use the :checked pseudo-class and the adjacent sibling selector (div + div) to change the display mode of the sub <ul> element from “none” to “block”. Oct 7, 2015Resource released by CodyHouse Sebastiano Guerriero

Emoji cheat sheet for GitHub, Basecamp and other services WordPress › Blog Tool, Publishing Platform, and CMS Our Favorite Japanese Design Blogs Although we’ve traveled and lived all over the world, in exciting and exotic locations, Tokyo holds a special place in our hearts. The hustle and bustle of Tokyo is intoxicating. It’s a fast-moving city with millions of inhabitants and yet there are moments throughout the day when it feels completely still and quiet. It’s difficult to explain. Within hours of landing in Tokyo, I made it a personal life goal to one day be able concoct a reason to live in Tokyo even if it’s just for a while. One of the most impressive and inspiring things about Japan is the art and design community that seems to permeate all aspects of life in Japan. Today, we’ve compiled a short list of some of our favorite Japanese design blogs to keep you inspired. Gurafiku Gurafiku is a great resource. 50 Watts While not strictly a Japanese design blog, 50 Watts does have an excellent collection of book covers from Japan. Spoon & Tamago Spoon & Tamago is one of our true favorite Japanese Art and Design blogs.

Responsive Sidebar Navigation in CSS and jQuery An easy-to-integrate side, vertical navigation, ideal for dashboards and admin areas. Browser support ie Chrome Firefox Safari Opera 9+ Building responsive navigations for mega sites is never an easy task. Icons: Nucleo library. Creating the structure The HTML structure is composed by 2 main elements: a <header> element, containing the website logo, the search form, the navigation trigger (.cd-nav-trigger – mobile version only) and the top navigation, and a <main> element containing the page main content (div.content-wrapper) and the sidebar navigation ( In the starting HTML structure, the .cd-search and .cd-top-nav elements are inside the <header>, while on mobile devices they are moved inside the .cd-side-nav element (more in the Events Handling section). Adding style We created 3 different sidebar configurations, according to the screen size. On bigger devices (viewport width more than 1170px), the expanded version of the sidebar is shown. Events handling

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