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Why don’t you try the standard menu? It is highly configurable and since Muse 2017 it is self-closing.
Here an example page, from which you may download the corresponding .muse file: Homepage
Wow, I did not know that! Thank you very much.
I will try this at once tomorrow morning and come back here to let you know the results.
Thanks again, Hanna
I have tried the suggestion, but there are still some points missing, which are standard nowadays in responsive webdesign. Visitors expect these:
1. How can I make a standard responsive close button in the menu, that stays visible, when the menu is open? This is highly common.
2. How can I provide a standard SMOOTH scrolling to anchors? Now its skips directly to the anchor point.
3. I do have the hamburger button at the right side on top of the menu. But everytime I change something in the menu widget, the menu scips back to the old position, that the button is on the left side. In all breakpoints. Very annoying. How does this come? How to prevent this? (Please see screenshot)
4. On mobile screens 480 landscape the menu is cut, how can I make it scrollable, which is also common for users, who expect that.
Thank you very much for your advices,