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May 03, 2021 23:00 CSS
Use CSS to create a mouse to move up and display the effect of the drop-down menu.
When the mouse moves over the specified element, a drop-down menu appears.
We can use any HTML element to open a drop-down menu, such as: .
Use container elements (e.g., slt;div>) to create the contents of the drop-down menu and place it where you want to put it.
Wrap the elements with the elements and use CSS to style the pull-down content.
which sets the contents of the drop-down menu to be placed in the lower-right corner of the drop-down button (using
class is the actual drop-down menu. T
he default is hidden and appears when the mouse moves to the specified element. N
is set to 160px. Y
ou are free to modify it.
you want to set the pull-down content to match the width of the
can set the width to 100%
scrolled on a small screen).
property to make the drop-down menu look like a "card."
selector is used to display a drop-down menu when the user moves the mouse over the drop-down button.
Create a drop-down menu and allow the user to pick an item in the list:
This instance is similar to the previous one when we added a link to the drop-down list and styled it:
This example shows how to add pictures to a drop-down menu.
The navigation bar pulls down
This example shows how to add a drop-down menu to the navigation bar.