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Lesson 10 - Continuing with the menu

In the previous lesson, The menu, we created a part of the navigation menu. Let's finish it!

Let's remind how we ended last time:

A web portfolio

Toggle button

Now, we'll show how to make a toggle button. The button will have 2 appearances - one for closing and one for opening.

For the icons, we'll use


 

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In this tutorial, we'll finish the JavaScript navigation menu for our modern web portfolio, we'll code toggling, circles, and social boxes.

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