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Titan Menu | A Fresh and Powerfull Dropdown Menu

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Titan Menu | a fresh and powerful menu pack

  • CSS3 HTML5
  • jQuery 1.9.1 (Newest) tested it with 1.3.2, 1.6.1, 1.7.1, 1.9.1
  • 11 fresh styles
  • layout Options(buttons, bar and stack)
  • Opportunities(easy to change)
  • Choose from 6000+ icons
  • Minifyd version included
  • W3C
  • Outside and inside the dropdown
  • Split or not shared
  • Free updates

Update v2.3

  • Up to date: color css file as they are not very good on a mobile device
  • Added: The support for touch devices now works how it works

Update v2.2

  • Up to date:support for touch devices
  • Added:support for jquery 1.9.1
  • Up to date:click event type setting

Update v2.1

  • Added:better support for touch devices

Update v2.0

  • Up to date:plugin wrapper, you can now globally override the options.
  • Added: support for touch devices.
  • Up to date: The code made some improvements.

Update v1.6

  • Up to date: The jQuery kernel from 1.6.1 to 1.7.1 is due to some errors that made the titan menu.

Update v1.5

  • Added: click on event, now you can show the menu if you click it (and save it with mouseout)
  • Firm: problem with the effect called "slidefade"

Update v1.4

  • Added: new effect (slide and fade at once)
  • Changed: icon css files (prevent inheriting wrong values)
  • Changed: The most important css file, you can now use a div instead of a hub as the parent element

Update v1.3

  • Added: a mouseout delay

Update v1.2

  • Added: a z-index option
  • Added: a small profile dropdown menu

Update v1.1

  • Firm: an error (inside the dropdown indicator)
  • Firm: css border radius

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Jaeho Park completed a Master in Fine Arts at the Hongik University in 1999, followed by a Master in Photographic Studies at the University of Westminster in 2012. After working for many years as a university professor, designer and curator in South Korea.

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