How add multiple links of the pages in mobile navigation menu
I created a mobile navigation menu which display navigation icons in the bottom of the mobile screen. I linked google icons page where I'm taking the icons. All 5 icons are displaying in the bottom of screen, however now I'm stuck and don't have an idea how to add links of pages in the menu bar. I mean there is icon with three bar for main menu, like I want to add contact.html, blog.html, images.html in that icon. I mean whenever user click on the three bar it should display the links of these pages where user can click on of those and read. I appreciate your help.
Here is HTML code;
Links not working in drop down menu
Hi. I'm going a bit loopy. Probably beeen looking at code too long but just cant see what the problem is. My drop down menue for mobile users/small screens displays and nearly works, its just the links in it dont seem to register.
I tried relative and full urls and other tests but ive drawn a bit of a blank
its the bit im concerned with
<div id="header"> <div class="container"> <!-- Header | Logo, Menu ================================================== -->
Adding links to specific text on a specific page
I am using Wordpress (Kalium theme) and would like to add links to a specific page/section only.
The specific page is here: http://philippfis.ch/portfolio/edits-design-specification-sheet/
In the section: "Reference files", I would like to add URLs for the following texts:
Circus, Wood - Specifications
Circus, Upholstered - Specifications
Circus, Barstool - Specifications
The files I would like to link (respectively) are on my media server with the following links:
IE7 + sticky footer + Navigation + long content = problems
Here’s one for any of you IE sleuths…
I’m working out the basic html for a new theme/site and attempting to use Sticky Footer ( http://www.cssstickyfooter.com/ ) . Except for IE7, I’ve got it working in all my test browsers (FF, Opera, Chrome, Safari, IE8.. I’m not supporting IE6).
Here’s what happens in IE7:
First off, the IE7 problem only happens on long pages where the content extends below the viewport.