Using Hamburgler.js to Create a Custom HTML 5 Course Menu

When you are building custom eLearning courses you will at some point need to create a menu. Sure you could custom code it but why not use the many different JavaScript libraries out there that go a lot of the work for you.

Not too long ago I was building a custom player using jQuery Mobile and needed to create a menu to jump to different pages in the course. I did some Google searching and found this cool JavaScript library that does create a cool pop up menu. Here is what the course looked like before the menu.

To use Hamburgler.js you first need to download the source files here. Once you have downloaded those two files attach both of the files in your <head> tag like so.

<!-- Hamburger JS & CSS--> <script src="js/other/hamburgler.js"></script> <link rel="stylesheet" href="css/other/hamburgler.css">

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