Nice demo by Gianmarco about creating animated side hamburger menu with a number of categories to choose from. Users can click on the hamburger icon for the menu appear and click “x” button to close the menu. However, this feature currently fully works in Chrome only, while it may seem lagged for the other browsers.
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