Beta Mobile-First Responsive Menu

CodeCanyon Beta Mobile-First Responsive Menu 6654799
Script \ JavaScript \ Navigation
Mobile \ Responsive \ Submenus \ Devices \ Toggle \ Patterns \ Single \ Design

JavaScript - Beta Mobile-First Responsive Menu 6654799 by tiberiualexander @ CodeCanyon

Script \ JavaScript \ Navigation

Beta is a simple responsive menu, optimized for mobile & touch devices. It follows the popular trend of “flat design”, having a simple but usable and easy to integrate design. On mobile devices, the fluid horizontal menu turns into a vertical menu which, just like the submenus, can be toggled with a single tap/click. Also, unlike most of the responsive menus, the links which contain submenus can still have an URL asigned, as the menu has separate buttons which toggle the submenus.

Features

- Clean & modern look

- Active parent links

- Responsive

- Toggle menu/submenus with a click/single tap on mobile devices

- Seven color schemes included

- Easy to use (semantic markup)

- Cross-browser compatibility

- Clean & commented code

- Detailed documentation.

Compatibility

- Internet Explorer 8+ ( Note: the responsive features won’t be available in old browsers like IE7 and IE8)

- Chrome

- Opera 10+

- Firefox 3+

- Safari 4+

Credits

- The menu is based on the FlexNav jQuery plugin by Jason Weaver.

- The background patterns from the preview are downloaded from Subtle Patterns .

Changelog

21/01/2013 – Version 1.0

- Initial release

Last Update: 24 January 14; High Resolution: Yes; Compatible Browsers: IE8, IE9, IE10, IE11, Firefox, Safari, Opera, Chrome; Files Included: JavaScript JS, HTML, CSS; Software Version: jQuery.

Lynx - Responsive Off-Canvas Menu; Daleth - Transparent Mobile-First Menu; Alpha - Mobile-First Responsive Menu; Gimel - Sticky Off-Canvas Menu; Beth - Mobile-First Responsive Menu; Zeta - Modern Animated Navigation; Aleph - Clean and Modern Navigation.

Keywords: animated, flat, fluid, menu, minimal, mobile, mobile-first, multilevel, navigation, responsive, slide, toggle, touch.