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By mswatcher
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Published: Aug 04 2014 / 01:56

Hamburger menu, drawer menu, off-canvas menu: Whatever you call it, hiding a website’s primary navigation just off screen is becoming a ubiquitous pattern in responsive web design. More and more sites feature a fixed-position icon that, when tapped, pushes the entire site to the side to reveal a hidden navigation menu. While there are plenty of jQuery plugins that will create this effect for you, it’s actually pretty easy to achieve without using any JavaScript at all.
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