Build a fully-responsive, progressively enhanced burger menu
Burger menus are a relic of early responsive design that no matter what your opinion of them is, they continue to be a dominant design pattern. They’re very good at preserving often-limited horizontal space, but they also—more often than not—are built in a user-hostile, non-accessible manner.
In this premium tutorial, we’re going to build a fully responsive burger menu from the ground up, using progressive enhancement,
Proxy state and of course, super-solid HTML and CSS that pull from CUBE CSS principles.
The end goal is that by the end of this tutorial you will be able to build out a burger menu in future projects that is truly inclusive.
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