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HyperNav, an advanced and interactive CSS only navigation menu framework

EthanElijah asked in General

I've came across requirements that no JavaScript may be used on a website, which made developing certain navigation menus hard.

To this end I decided to create a CSS framework, HyperNav, which aims to make development of arbitrary navigation menus easier.

After a few months and several rewrites, I've finally gotten the framework ready for public previews.

I'd like that you'd comment https://testmyspeed.onl/ https://essaywriter.fun/ on it. I'd especially appreciate if someone could compare the behavior between Safari, Safari Mobile and Chrome (I do not have access to an Apple device at the moment).

Definitely looks like a good solution if you can't use Javascript. No Javascript is sure going to cause a lot of frustrations for every other feature.

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