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Dawid Dwornicki commented on Dawid Dwornicki's post about 4 years

Unfortunately no :\ Finally I built up my menu in another way. I don't have time to work this out, but I hope that somebody will find a solution.

Dawid Dwornicki commented on Dawid Dwornicki's post about 4 years

There's another strange thing that I've noticed. When I click top level link it expands dropdown. Then, when I click lower level with .has-dropdown (for example with href="#") it append # to address, and close whole dropdown (remove .hover classes). But if I go right after that to another tab of my browser, and get back to tab with Top-Bar the menu is expanded in the right way, and classes .hover are in right elements ?!

I can't say why it's happening. As I wrote before, there are no problems on Safari, but it happens in Chrome and Firefox. Maybe it will be some hint.

Dawid Dwornicki commented on Dawid Dwornicki's post about 4 years

Yes, I add destination links, and it makes the difference.

It would be great (and in my opinion the most reasonable) if the first click on any element with .has-dropdown could expand lower level, and the second take to destination link.

Do you have any idea how to do that without any "tricks" and many lines of additional code?

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You commented on Dawid Dwornicki's post about 4 years

Unfortunately no :\ Finally I built up my menu in another way. I don't have time to work this out, but I hope that somebody will find a solution.

You commented on Dawid Dwornicki's post about 4 years

There's another strange thing that I've noticed. When I click top level link it expands dropdown. Then, when I click lower level with .has-dropdown (for example with href="#") it append # to address, and close whole dropdown (remove .hover classes). But if I go right after that to another tab of my browser, and get back to tab with Top-Bar the menu is expanded in the right way, and classes .hover are in right elements ?!

I can't say why it's happening. As I wrote before, there are no problems on Safari, but it happens in Chrome and Firefox. Maybe it will be some hint.

You commented on Dawid Dwornicki's post about 4 years

Yes, I add destination links, and it makes the difference.

It would be great (and in my opinion the most reasonable) if the first click on any element with .has-dropdown could expand lower level, and the second take to destination link.

Do you have any idea how to do that without any "tricks" and many lines of additional code?

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