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Thread began 6/05/2015 7:33 am by Cheyanne | Last modified 8/13/2015 2:04 am by Cheyanne | 2265 views | 13 replies

Ray BorduinWebAssist

OK, so here is an example of how to make this page mobile friendly.... first you add a viewport meta tag to the header:

<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1">

Then you define a mobile css file (attached)

Then add a menu icon to open and close the menu just above your menu UL tag like:

<div id="phoneMenu"><img src="Images/menu_white.png" alt="View Menu" onclick="hideshowmenu()"></div>



I've attached the image you can add to your images folder for the menu icon.

Then add javascript to open and close the menu when it is clicked (attached)

Attached Files
responsive.css
responsive.js

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