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  1. I have a simple setup where I have a collapsed menu. When you click on the button, it will open a menu. If the menu is already opened and you open another menu, the previous menu will collapse. All that works. The only thing I noticed is that It will not collapse the opened menu if I click the same button. That menu will only collapse if I open a different menu. I was wondering how the code below will look with that extra function added? Here's the code for that. <h5 class="mobile-collapse__title">Title Button</h5> <div class="mobile-collapse__content"> <ul&
  2. So I am creating php script to make my navigation for a website. I've gathered bits and pieces from books/online forums. One thing that is confusing me is what does the "?" in this line accomplishes? $currentTitle=isset($mainMenu[$currentPage]) ? $mainMenu[$currentPage] : ''; As you can imagine this is a hard question to find an answer to because of the use of ?'s in <?php. Also a little confused on the : symbol also. I am writing this script to keep track of the current page to generate a css class to be modified, which works. But then I also thought id have it generate the titles too
  3. http://www.tirerack.com/content/tirerack/desktop/en/wheels.html See the window where it says "Shop by Vehicle"? Is there a script already out there that does the dropdown search by make/model/year? I am only looking for the front-end code; javascript/jquery code in particular.
  4. Check out http://mainlypiano.com/ and start typing in the search box ("dav" will get you several results). Notice that the search box goes below the middle light purple box. There's no z-index here to cause an issue. If one removes the relative position of the light purple box, the search results menu shows in its entirety. That's weird, isn't it? (That messes up the "favorite albums" text there, which is the point of the relative position, but lets you see the error.) Any idea why this is happening?
  5. We've got a responsive menu that when you click on an li the ul inside it is then displayed as a block (displayed as none beforehand). However you cannot then close the ul without refreshing the page or closing the menu itself. What we want is for when you click the li again, the ul inside it then displays as none. Is this possible using only CSS? (No jQuery please!!!) Any help is greatly appreciated, thanks!
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