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Collapsing Site Navigation with jQuery

Collapsing Site Navigation with jQuery
Today we will create a collapsing menu that contains vertical navigation bars and a slide out content area. When hovering over a menu item, an image slides down from the top and a submenu slides up from the bottom. Clicking on one of the submenu items will make the whole menu collapse […] View demoDownload source Today we will create a collapsing menu that contains vertical navigation bars and a slide out content area. When hovering over a menu item, an image slides down from the top and a submenu slides up from the bottom. The beautiful fashion photos are taken from Beyrouth’s photostream on flickr. So, let’s get started! The Markup Our HTML will consist of a main container with the class and id “cc_menu”. The first item will get a z-index of 5 and then we will decrease the z-index for the next items. Each submenu item will share its class with the respective content div. Let’s take a look at the styling. The CSS Our main div that surrounds everything will have the following style:

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