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Responsive collapsible navigation menu bar



Is there any way to create a responsive collapsible navigation menu bar like in Bootstrap?
(like this: )



At the moment we do not have an entire navbar element with these settings. At the moment you can build your own navbar

But we are planning on adding this kind of navbar with a context menu for smaller devices.

Thanks for the suggestion!


I would be VERY interested in this feature!


I've got the fixed nav bar, but do you know of any examples of webflow sites that someone has hacked in a collapsible mobile nav like the Bootstrap example? It's well beyond my primitive JS chops to do one, or even ascertain that it could be done with an embed if I could find a code example.



I'm not sure if anyone has tried to work around it.

Calling all web designers - have you tried to force a bootstrap-style menu button on mobile?


I'm actually working on it now, just designing the css in webflow and then exporting to text editor to implement the animations and panel changes. I wish a css element can control another element from webflow so we can create custom menus and cascading drop downs like in this video


Totally @christophertorr that's something we are planning. smile In the meantime there are workarounds.


I'll try to make it wink


@bartekkustra you da man!

#10 slide down to the menu. It's not exactly what bootstrap is, but it's fair enough I think wink


Just in the nick of time, thanks!


This will be a lovely drag and drop addition to the app smile


We have it planned! We hope to release it as soon as we can. smile


I'm struggling a little to get it working as bartekkustra illustrates; if ASAP means in a day or two, I'll go on to other things! But if it means a week or more, I'll keep plugging away on it - how's it looking?

So far, you folks are delivering features just ahead of my needs, it's been pretty amazing!


Awesome @thesergie! This is much appreciated smile


This is what I meant. smile Sorry for the confusion!


Rats frowning

Well, back to the salt mines...

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