I'm in the process of implementing Responsive Design on my wife's business's website, and I'm trying to decide how to handle the horizontal nav menu with drop-down items.
Is there a "best practices" way of handling this? One thought I had (and which I used to swap footers) was to have two separate HTML versions, and use #display: none; in the regular stylesheet to hide the mobile footer, and vice versa.
How do you guys handle drop-down menus for mobile devices?
A bit late with my answer but these are the usual approaches.
I like the menu icon approach also favoured by bootstrap.
Just remember though, Apple require all browsers to be webkit-based.
Opera Mini of course works in a different way.
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