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Responsive Nav — Responsive Navigation Plugin

Responsive Nav — Responsive Navigation Plugin
Responsive navigation plugin without library dependencies and with fast touch screen support. Try it out by resizing this window. Download Features Responsive Nav is a tiny JavaScript plugin which weighs only ~1KB minified and Gzip’ed, and helps you to create a toggled navigation for small screens. It uses touch events and CSS3 transitions for the best possible performance.

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