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Reviews Navbar Header Module BS
raiwa posted a topic in General Add-Ons SupportReviews Navbar and Header Module BS This Navbar and Header Modules intent to offer an alternative to the standard (core) side column boxes. On small screens (Mobiles) the boxes are moved at the very bottom of the pages. They are therefore not useful for small devices. Header and Navbar Modules show on the top of the pages and are much more recommended for Mobile view. You can permanent replace your side column boxes to show always the Header or Navbar module instead on all screen sizes. Or you can add a device dependent helper class to the box and header/navbar module, so on desktop view the boxes are still used, but on smaller devices the header/navbar modules will replace them. Instructions how to do this are included. Compatibility: OsC 2.3.4 Bootstrap Community Editions EDGE at least up to 2017/01 PHP: 5.3, 5.4, 5.5, 5.6, 7.0 Filenames, Database Table Names and paths hardcoded. Superglobal variables used. ================================================================ NOTE: The Navbar module requires EDGE version since 2016/02/25 which include modular navbar. Otherwise you need to update to modular navbar. Download: http://addons.oscommerce.com/info/9562 Screenshots:
JcM Navbar SuperFish Cat's V1.2 Phoenix This is a simple add-on for Navbar categories using SuperFish.js It requires NO core changes so just copy over the files provided. Once it’s installed simply go to admin and install and turn on. If you have deep cats or long names then you will have issues showing drop down or fly out menus on small screens! So it’s up to you to decide if this is worth installing. This add-on has 2 types of cats built into it. 1) Fly out SuperFish categories. These can be turned on and off and also can be blocked on smaller devices in admin. 2) Stock osC categories as a simple drop down with depth display set in admin. So pick the one you need. That's it enjoy.... Can be see working on this site SuperFish with images switched on. Stock osC with depth set to 4 on mobile