lightweight responsive css frameworkWhat's New in Version 5

lightweight responsive css framework

New Owl Carousel v2.2.1

We added completely new Owl Carousel v2.2.1. The new version comes with lots of new features and even more user friendly API.
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lightweight responsive css framework

Tabs with URL hash

This is great for when you want to open a specific tab by the URL. This feature can be turned off or on for each tab separately.
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lightweight responsive css framework

New maximum width size 1520px

We added new size of maximum width - 1520px (95rem). Thanks to this setting your content will have more space. This setting is ideal for websites with two sidebar panels, blogs on online shops.
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lightweight responsive css framework

Breadcrumb

The breadcrumb allows users easy to keep track of their locations within websites. And now, you can find it in Responsee framework.
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lightweight responsive css framework

More sizes for your layouts

We added two new sizes xl and xxl for better works with a layout for different types of a devices and a screens. Now Responsee contains sizes s, m, l, xl and xxl.
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lightweight responsive css framework

Virtua and Designery

Completely new 2 templates named Virtua and Designery comes together with new edition of Responsee. You can look forward to excellent design and as usually completely free! We also upgraded all the other templates for Responsee 5.
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lightweight responsive css framework

Sliding navigation panel

We added new great feature! Thanks to the sliding navigation panel, you can place the web site menu outside of the browser screen. This solution is fancy and very effective.
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lightweight responsive css framework

Sliding Navigation Panel

Thanks to the sliding navigation panel, you can place the web site menu outside of the browser screen. This solution is fancy and very effective. The sliding navigation panel slide out from the right to left or left to right side of browser screen. When you click the toggle icon, the main content is pushes to the left or right. The default position of the sliding navigation panel is on the right side of the browser screen.

Practical utilization of the sliding navigation panel you can find in templates
Designery and Fullwidth Plus

The correct structure of a website with the sliding navigation panel:

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
   <head>
      ...
   </head>

   <body class="size-1280">
      <!-- Sliding nav panel -->
      <nav class="slide-nav aside-nav">
        <ul>
           ...
        <ul>
      </nav>
      <!-- End of Sliding nav panel -->
      
      <!-- Content -->     
      <section class="slide-content">  
        <header>
          ...
        </header>
        
        <section class="text-center">
           ...
        </section>

        <footer>
           ...
        </footer>
      </section>
      <!-- End of Content -->
   </body>
</html>
sliding-nav

Move the sliding navigation panel to the left

If you want to move the sliding navigation panel to the left side of the screen, add the class “slide-to-left” to the “body” element:

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
   <head>
      ...
   </head>

   <body class="size-1280 slide-to-left">
      <!-- Sliding nav panel -->
      <nav class="slide-nav aside-nav">
        <ul>
           ...
        <ul>
      </nav>
      <!-- End of Sliding nav panel -->
      
      <!-- Content -->     
      <section class="slide-content">  
        <header>
          ...
        </header>
        
        <section class="text-center">
           ...
        </section>

        <footer>
           ...
        </footer>
      </section>
      <!-- End of Content -->
   </body>
</html>
sliding-nav-left
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