If you want to add CSS3 transitions to a WordPress drop-down menu on a website based on Foundation framework, you only need to add some CSS classes and some CSS code, without any requirement for jQuery or some other JS library.
Month: May 2015
Allowing HTML within WordPress excerpt is a very common request. Therefore, I am providing likely the most complete solution available on the Internet. The code is posted on stack exchange WordPress channel and is created by Pieter Goosen. The complete explanation with further examples can be found on the link provided.
This post is going to be a bit different - it will summarize actions and filters that exist within WordPress ecosystem.
If you implemented bootstrap into your WordPress template and want to add CSS transitions to drop-down menu, you can use the following code: [crayon-5a345ce468100208865760/] Why media queries? Because you don’t want display:block on hover on the mobile menu (as the hover used for this would double the submenu). As for CSS transitions, you can generate them using...