I’ve been working on perfecting this for a month or so and finally have some code I can drop in to any responsive site that needs this type of menu. I hope this helps someone else – it’s an easy thing to implement. I used it last week on my new personal site with some modifications (like closing the menu when any menu item is clicked).
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I store my snippets in jCodeCollector but it’s probably a good idea not to rely on that completely, so I’ll start posting my snippets here.
Here are a few other resources for WordPress snippets; I’ve used each of these from time to time (but as a Theme Hybrid user, I get a lot of info from the Hybrid forums too).
- Over 600 snippets available at WP-Snipp
- Over 200 snippets at WPS
- WPFunction.Me has a nice collection of snippets for functions.php
- More snippets at WPdevSnippets
- A snippet collection from CSS Tricks
Maybe I should also start saving them in Sublime Text 2, since I’ve migrated to that over the last couple of months… here’s a tutorial on managing snippets in Sublime Text.
I found a very simple, nice CSS-only method for making a sticky header in WordPress today. This is for Genesis but is easy to use with non-Genesis themes.
I could get lost in here for days – check out this enormous list of typography tutorials with topics including:
- Typography basics
- Web typography
- Effects in Photoshop and Illustrator
- Font design
- Typography poster design
- 3D and animated font effects
Few things have influenced me as a web designer as much as the huge impact made by the original CSS Zen Garden, launched in 2003. It’s about 95% responsible for me learning CSS for the first time, and it’s recently been relaunched for HTML5 and CSS3 – learn more.
And then visit the new CSS Zen Garden and plan to spend some time looking around; I’m looking forward to wandering through it this weekend. Joy!