Navigation is undoubtedly among the most important features of any website. It’s the lifeblood of providing a great user experience (UX). And it should be a primary consideration in whatever design and functionality decisions we make. The goal is to provide the easiest and most intuitive way for users to find what they’re looking for.
Here’s how to make the foundation of your digital experience run smoothly so you can help more users get to where they need to go.
One of the most common patterns in web design is a navbar with a multi-level dropdown menu. While this is relatively simple to create, it’s still problematic for many developers—especially in a CSS-only version.
Welcome to the next in our series of tutorials where we use the general sibling combinator
~ to create various components for the web. This tutorial will cover navigation elements using links and radio inputs.
The off-canvas pattern is a classic approach to responsive navigation. When the viewport is small enough to warrant it, bulky navigation is hidden “off-canvas” and only brought into view when toggled.