okayNav - jQuery响应式导航插件

jopen 6年前

okayNav jQuery Plugin

You know how navigations have only a desktop and a mobile state, right? I thought, "this might cost people money because it requires additional click for users to reach even the most important pages."

This navigation aims at progressively collapsing navigation links into an off-screen navigation instead of doing it for all the links at the same time. Check out this example:

okayNav Demo

How to Use

This is the code used in the example:

<header id="header">      <a class="site-logo" href="#">         Logo      </a>        <nav role="navigation" id="nav-main" class="okayNav">          <ul>              <li><a href="#">Home</a></li>              <li><a href="#">Shop</a></li>              <li><a href="#">Blog</a></li>              <li><a href="#">Services</a></li>              <li><a href="#">Contacts</a></li>              <li><a href="#">About us</a></li>              <li><a href="#">Testimonials</a></li>          </ul>      </nav>  </header><!-- /header -->

Include the CSS:

<link rel="stylesheet" href="css/okayNav.css" media="screen">

Include the library:

<script src="js/jquery.okayNav.min.js"></script>

And here's the JS to initialize it:

var navigation = $('#nav-main').okayNav();

Dependencies

okayNav depends on jQuery. Tested with jQuery 1.10+ but should work with lower versions. The stylization of okayNav comes in a commented LESS and CSS.

Browser Support

okayNav supports IE9+, Firefox, Chrome. Transitions work in IE10+.

Default options

var navigation = $('#nav-main').okayNav({      parent : '', // will call nav's parent() by default      toggle_icon_class : 'okayNav__menu-toggle',      toggle_icon_content: '<span /><span /><span />',      beforeopen : function() {}, // Will trigger before the nav gets opened      open : function() {}, // Will trigger after the nav gets opened      beforeclose : function() {}, // Will trigger before the nav gets closed      close : function() {}, // Will trigger after the nav gets closed  });

Methods

Get the nav's parent element: navigation.okayNav('getParent');

Get the nav's visible part: navigation.okayNav('getVisibleNav');

Get the nav's off-screen part: navigation.okayNav('getInvisibleNav');

Get the nav's toggle icon: navigation.okayNav('getNavToggleIcon');

Open the off-screen part: navigation.okayNav('openInvisibleNav');

Close the off-screen partnavigation.okayNav('closeInvisibleNav');

Toggle the off-screen partnavigation.okayNav('toggleInvisibleNav');

Get the nav children's total width: navigation.okayNav('getChildrenWidth');

Recalculate what should be visible and what shouldn't: navigation.okayNav('recalcNav');

Destroy the nav, make everything visible, disable all events: navigation.okayNav('destroy');

Roadmap

The following features will be implemented at the next versions:

  • Swipe gestures
  • A callback when a nav item is collapsed/expanded
  • AMD support

Pull requests are appreciated.

License

Licensed under the MIT License.

Support

Please use the GitHub issues for support requests. If you need someone to implement okayNav for you, hit me up at vergil@moongrab.com.

Buy me a beer

I appreciate good beer and good coffee. If you find this plugin useful and want to say thanks, there's no better way to do it. My PayPal is vergil@moongrab.com.

项目地址: https://github.com/VPenkov/okayNav