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We continue to work on our navigation menu. In this part we write a bite of jQuery to create a toggle system for our navigation menu on small screens. Check …
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Tags: jQuery, Menu, Part, Responsive, Theme, Toggle, Tutorial, Wordpress
First world problem – This does not work on my phone because my secreen is
Dont know if I missed it but I did not had the “get_footer” in my
index.php. So just to make the jQuery work dont forget to add < ?php
get_footer();?> to index.php
09:52 i have no Ideia what code and where you are putting it. I mean, I
Know it’s in the footer, but WHAT should i write? Could someone paste the
code here? That would be great. I heard u saying it was a container div,
yes, but i didn’t understand it clearly and i don’t want to make mistakes.
So, could someone please paste the code here? Ty
These videoes are one of the rare ones on Youtube wich does not have
dislikes, and there is a reason for that!
Hi Austin, these videos are great! I had a bit an issue figuring out how to
make the nav-bar stop displaying under the toggle navigation bar, but it
worked when I removed the 50px line height for nav-bar. I’m not sure if
that is going to affect anything later on. Hope you and the train find a
way to coexist peacefully!
your videos are awesome!!! keep up the good work :)
Cheers @ awfulMedia for making and sharing a great tutorial :-) You saved
my day !
Men!! How to insert a foundation or bootstrap framework. Js in wordpress
try to add php wp_head(); above youre closing header tag
good work, really helping…
andrijapetric.from.hr There is url pliz help my theme is mess up
“Isn’t that just amazing!” No it’s fucking not! Ahaha I’m going crazy over
this toggle thing, keep rewinding and missing parts as sometimes you abit
You’re welcome :)
Heyy Austin….I cant thank u enough for these fantastic tutorials…..u r
a savior……keep up d great work…..cheers!!!!!
Hi Austin, love this video, but I have not been able to get jquery working
on my site, could you do a video showing how to properly load jquery for
use in wordpress 3.5 and greater?
wp_enqueue_script(“jquery”) does not work
Austin, thank you so much for your tutorial, it’s amazing. Just one doubt:
I have a longer menu than you and I just see the first 5 items, the other
ones remain invisible below this 5 and can see them when I put the mouse
pointer on them. Why is that? Thanks!
My nav bar was twice as high as yours. maybe I missed something, but
removing the height property to .nav-bar fixed it, and still kept the
navigation 50px tall.