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CSS

Alex Weinberg
Alex Weinberg
2,726 Points

Remove fragment in url with media queries?

So I'm using a fragment id for my dropdown nav for mobile viewing. What happens is when I leave the nav dropdown extended, and then widen the viewport, the nav then gets messed up because of the #main-nav fragment in the url. Any way to get rid of this with a media query?

1 Answer

Craig Watson
Craig Watson
27,930 Points

Hi Alex,

What do you mean by a fragment id in the URL :S

I made a simple responsive nav for a another member of treehouse a couple of days ago on codepen(link below) that your more than welcome to use.

Simple but really affective responsive nav

This is a nav I spent a long time creating so it was robust and well coded, tried and tested many times no issues! If your using just CSS be sure to get the compressed version of the CSS section of the pen as I used Sass to build it :)

Craig