I have had many emails recently asking if my demos will work in mobile browsers and in particular the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

I must admit that I have not tested many of my earlier demos on this platform but now that I have these 'mobiles' I have been testing my later demos.. But although the multi-level menus all work when using the Safari Mobile browser, they all suffer from the same problem, once a sub menu is open there is no way to close it again without having to click on another link. So in many cases you are left with a sub menu open covering the page content. This happens in many of the multi-level menu systems and not just the ones on CSS play.

So with this in mind I will be producing several dropdown/flyout menus that will work in all PC/Mac browsers and also have a method of closing 'open' sub menus when viewed using the Safari Mobile browser.

If you are using a PC or Mac browser then the above menu will be a single level dropdown menu with a down arrow to indicate which top level items have a dropdown sub menu.

If you are using an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch then when 'tapping' the top level link containing a down arrow, the sub menu will show and the down arrow will change to a white circle with a black inner cross. Tapping any other top level link will close this sub menu or you can tap the black cross to close it.

Tested and working in IE6, IE7, IE8, IE9, Firefox, Safari, Opera, Chrome, Flock, SeaMonkey, iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.


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This demonstration can be used subject to the following terms and conditions.

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Soft Geometry Creative Industries

Soft Geometry Creative Industries
is a music-based design company located in Bristol UK.
I create artwork for albums, singles, posters and t-shirts.
My work is influenced by punk and post-punk poster and flyer design,
lo-fi photocopy aesthetics,
Francis Bacon and Mark Rothko.

I can provide a start to finish service with my own art and photography, put together work from images provided by yourself, and collaborate on an idea.

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