Hi. I'm looking for a solution like SlickNav where you can't clickable parents (of course in addition to being an actual dropdown). Anyone got an idea on how to achieve this?
Let's say I have a menu like this
Here I want "Products" to be clickable to its own page. Would be great to have this flexibility wise and of course for SEO as there's more to be indexed.
Hi. I found this thread with a solution, but still can't get it to work. Please see me my comment in that thread:
#146 Here's the html/css solution
Example on site I used it on http://focus.mudbugmedia.com/
Hi Lindolini. Good work, but on Tablet the parent links go straight to the page, instead of opening the submenu. I guess there should be a "1. click" to open and after an "open" class has been added the click to the page (or so) (similar to zurb/foundation).
How could this be done?
I can think of two things...either...
NOTE: I think there may be a solution for the tablet size one. I had a fellow front-end buddy figure it out. I'll come back when I can get in touch with him.
Hi, thanx, now as you mention it, FD has also a class not-click on dropdown-items (added, when you configure "is_hover"). It uses "clip" to show and hide them. And he uses modernizr,
if (settings.is_hover && !Modernizr.touch) return;
hope it helps, looking forward to your solution, thanx for your help. Thomas