Topic: [Suggestion] New Navbar Advanced Example

Andrew Ford priority asked 1 year ago


There was a popular navbar 'library' years ago (does not look like it is maintained anymore) that was popular on websites called "RD Navbar". In the one site I used it on, I felt like they over-did it with the markup.

In summary of RD Navbar, it would be a standard / sticky navbar, if you are on mobile it would automatically build a side nav without double the coding.

I would love to be able to replicate it using MDBootstrap.


Michał Duszak staff answered 1 year ago


Hello, there is one demo of MDB Sidenav which I hope covers responsiveness of given sidenav without doubling the code. It gives response upon resize - under certain width it should toggle. I would love to hear your feedback on how much this approach covers your expectations.

https://mdbootstrap.com/snippets/standard/m-duszak/3524733


Andrew Ford priority commented 1 year ago

I already knew about that. I am saying the developer would make the 'sticky' navbar (which would default on large screens), https://mdbootstrap.com/docs/standard/navigation/navbar/#section-placement Then when someone is viewing the website on small screens, the navbar automatically converts to the side nav.


Michał Duszak staff commented 11 months ago

Thank you for this suggestion, I will put this on our ideas list.


passandu premium commented 11 months ago

Hi, there is another important point... RD Navbar can have a sub sub menu in the sidebar/sidenav. Unfortunately that is not possible in MDB Sidenavs :(



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