Table of Contents:
00:00 – Intro
01:02 – Source of Inspiration
01:32 – Setting up Elementor plugin (Free Version)
02:22 – Create a New Page
03:57 – Add a Header Section
06:47 – Bonus Tip (Global Colors in Elementor)
07:59 – Add a Navigation Menu
12:42 – Defining CSS Classes on elements
14:28 – Adding CSS and JQuery for toggle effect
18:01 – Possible CSS Bug
19:55 – Making it Mobile Ready.
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In this video, I am going to create a button to show and hide the navigation menu bar.
As you can see on the screen when I am clicking this plus icon, it shows the menu, and the icon is changing to cross. And when clicking again, it is hiding the menu, and the icon is changed back to the plus icon.
So it is a toggle action that is happening on the button.
And For this, I am going to use simple CSS.
Today I am going to create the Animated Menu Button to show and hide the header menu.
And this I am going to do in Elementor. I am going to use the Free version.
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► Astra WordPress Theme: https://www.iadnanahmed
► Elementor Pro Theme Builder: https://iadnanahmed.com/recommend…
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