The technology is constantly changing, so most of the frameworks have evolved. Many beginners or even experts would easily get lost trying to build one on their own, but here’s a list of resources that should come in handy if you are looking to build one from scratch.
Originally Published Nov 10 2017, updated Feb 20 2022
3. Slide Menu
A CSS only responsive fixed sidebar navigation that collapses into a bottom nav bar on mobile devices.
A hamburger sidebar navigation (also called off-canvas menu & push menu) built using checkbox input, CSS/CSS3, and Font Awesome icons.
A mobile-first, off-canvas sidebar navigation (push menu) system written in pure CSS/CSS3 and checkbox tricks.
A pure HTML / CSS based off-screen sidebar menu for your mobile site navigation.
A responsive, multi-level, cross-platform dropdown/off-canvas navigation system for both desktop and mobile.
A project contains 5 off-canvas hamburger navigation variations from which you can choose to bring the native app navigation experience to your webpage.
Off-canvas navigation is gaining further popularity as more people start to realize its value. Apps like Facebook, Twitter, and even Medium have all decided to go with this navigation mode for the mobile version of their websites.
This is maybe the most important reason why we have decided to create our own list of 10 best off-canvas menus: we want you to use them on your website or app too. Naturally, we couldn’t pick all of our favorites, so the ones we chose are all very reliable in terms of both performance and coding quality.