Topic: [Suggestion] New Navbar Advanced Example

Andrew Ford priority asked 2 years 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 2 years 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 2 years 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 2 years ago

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


passandu priority commented 2 years 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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