This site uses the Navigation Bar stack for its navigation. Since having two navigation stacks on a page would not be practical, we’ve not included a live example on this page.
Allows you to choose which side of the page you’d like to have the hidden navigation slide out from. You can choose from either the left- or right-hand side of the page.
Choose whether you’d like the toggle, which triggers the navigation, to be placed on the left- or right-hand side of the page.
We’ve provided several different icon choices for your toggle button. You can also choose to use a bit of custom text instead of an icon for the toggle if you please.
Define the colors for the toggle icon, border and background.
Nav. Bar Title
Customize the text that you’d like to have appear at the top of the slide-out navigation pane.
Bottom Nav Bar
Allows you to have bit of custom text at the base of the navigation pane as well.
Lets you set the background color of the slide-out navigation page.
If you’re using a light colored background you would choose the Light theme here. Using a darker colored background? You guessed it. Choose the Dark theme.
Allows you to specify what sort of dividers you’d like between navigation items. Full-width borders, offset borders, or no borders at all.
Layered Sub Menus
If you’re using child-level navigation items, this allows you to layer the sub menu on top of its parent menu so that the parent is partially visible still when the child menu is showing. Adds a nice sense of depth to the navigation.
Adds a subtle inner shadow to the navigation panel.
You can opt to have the navigation pane occupy the entirety of the browser window when the visitor opens the navigation.
Multi-line Page Names
Have long titles for your pages? Really long? Turn this feature on to allow those page names to wrap to the next line.
A unique view for your page titles in which they’re divided up in to squared off, oversized sections.
Sliding Sub Menus
Have your child-level navigation panels slide into view with a nice smooth animation.
Menu & Item Effects
Select the animation style you’d like to use for animating the sub menus into place.
Dim Main Content
You can choose to dim the page, excluding the navigation, when the visitor has brought the navigation pane into view.
Sub Menu Counters
Allows you to show how many child-level navigation items a parent navigation item has below it in the hidden child navigation panel.
Does your site have a lot of pages? If so you can add a search to the top of the navigation pane that lets the visitor search for the page they’re looking for.
Fixed Position Toggle
Enabling the feature ensures that the toggle for your navigation will alway be stuck to the top corner of the page.
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