Choose between Accordion and Jump List menu formats for phones and narrow devices.
When you create a PMM3 menu, you have 3 choices for how your menu behaves in terms of responsiveness:
Use this option if your page is not a responsive design. If you need a responsive template, please see PVII CSS Templates. Your menu will appear in all devices the same way—as either a horizontal drop-down and flyout menu, or a vertical flyout menu.
Select this option if you would like your menu to convert to a Vertical Accordion on phones, small tablets (in portrait view), and in browser windows under 700 pixels wide.
Select this option if you would like your menu to convert to a Jump List (aka: Select List) on phones, small tablets (in portrait view), and in browser windows under 700 pixels wide. The following screen capture depicts a Jump List on an iPhone. Android devices will display the menu items left aligned and with hierarchical indents.
iPhone Tip: iPhone suppresses the spaces we use to ident sub-menu items. They also automatically center all items, rendering the issue of indents academic. If you need some kind of hierarchical indicator, the PMM3 script includes a variable that you can use to change from the default space chararcter to an actual character, which will be rendered. In the script file, go to line 20:
// indent char for Jump List
For a regular dash, change the var to:
For an em dash, change the var to: