Navigation for jQuery and jQuery Mobile

UI for navigation featuring Hamburger menu, Bottom and Tab navigation components.

Use it on responsive websites and mobile apps. Together with the mobiscroll Page component makes an easy to use tool for building a great Navigation experience.

Shipping with useful features for a refined UX, including:

  • Usage on mobile and desktop with responsive features
  • Icons and labels for expressive nav targets
  • Ergonomic bottom navigation
  • Scrollable tab-list
  • Compact hamburger menu for saving space
  • Multiple theme support
  • Top, bottom and inline display support
  • RTL Support
  • Full localization


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jQuery Navigation Navigation for jQuery and jQuery Mobile

Navigation - Bottom navigation

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Bottom navigation
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Use the bottom navigation for the top level navigation solution in your app. When you navigate between pages of the same level of hierarchy, it gives a consistent look on each page. While it can also be rendered on the top of the viewport, on mobile handheld devices the bottom navigation bar is the easiest to reach. It's ergonomic.

Navigation items can be used with both icons and labels. Additionally every item can show a badge, containing dynamic information. For example the number of unread notifications.

The bottom navigation component automatically hides navigation items behind a "More" button, when the viewport is not wide enough. This behavior can be further customized with the itemWidth and layout settings.

For organizing content into categories  Check out the Tabs navigation →

Navigation - Tabs

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Use the tab navigation for organizing content into categories.

The tab navigation component supports swipe gestures for the tab-list, which makes the component a scalable solution for as many tabs as needed.

Tabs can combine icons and labels to be more expressive like in this demo.

Navigating between tabs can also be customized. Check out the demo for handling navigation with external buttons.

Short on screen space and need a menu button?  Check out the Hamburger navigation →

Navigation - Hamburger menu

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The hamburger menu is a compact and well known solution for grouping destinations that need to be accessible from multiple pages.

One of the advantages it has over the Tabs or the Bottom navigation is that it hides the nav-items and saves space.

The menu button can be customized to suit your needs with the menuIcon and menuText settings.

Designing for multiple screen sizes?  Check out the Responsive demo →

Navigation - Prev/Next

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The Tab navigation component is customizable in a variety of ways. This demo shows how to add custom Prev/Next buttons beside the Tab component and how to make page change obvious.

If you are looking for the simplest solution in grouping content, have a look on the previous tabs demo.

For more customization  Check out the Event handlers demo →

Navigation - Tabs with icons

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Add icons and labels to nav-items to be more informative. Build and save custom icon sets from over 2500 icons to choose from.

Use the scrollable tab-list for self-adjusting desktop & mobile content management.

Short on screen space and need a menu button?  Check out the Hamburger menu →

Navigation - Event handlers

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The navigation components ships with different event hooks for deep customization. Events are triggered through the lifecycle of the component where you can tie in custom functionality and code. While users interact with the UI events like onItemTap, onMenuShow, onMenuHide ... will be triggered. Interact with the example and check the event log for the output.

For a complete list of events go to the documentation  See available lifecycle events →
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Navigation - Responsive

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Set up the Navigation to behave responsively. Use the appriopriate positioning and rendering based on the screen size. You can have Hamburger menu on small screens and Tab navigation on large screens.

All this can be configured under the responsive setting where you pass the options for each breakpoint.

responsive: {
    xsmall: { ... }, small: { ... }, medium: { ... }, large: { ... }, xlarge: { ... }
}

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Navigation - Desktop

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Bottom and Tab navigation can be equally fitting for managing content on desktop web apps and large screens.

You can choose between one and the other depending on you content layout or use both like in this example.

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