Hello, I'm trying to build a navigation menu to milligram.
I'm not a frontend dev. My goal is to write pure markdown and leverage a class less for my portfolio website. Milligram looks like the best one.
I've got it running on my local machine and can extend the sass script. Now I try to see if I'm trying to reinventing the wheel or of there is something that is just not documented for navigation, since the homepage https://milligram.io/ actually has a navigation, the minified html and css makes it hard to parse though.
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I see that there are navigation elements in the main.css on https://milligram.io/
but on https://github.com/milligram/milligram/blob/master/test/index.html they are missing.
I'll comment on the issue. The thing is that for me it doesn't matter if it's 2kb or 3kb but that a navigation is used a lot. So the options I have is a) pick another framework b) write my own css.
The need for a navigation is clear since even https://milligram.io/ is using a navigation ;)
if you consider milligram.io
background: #f4f5f6; border-bottom: .1rem solid #d1d1d1; display: block; height: 5.2rem; left: 0; max-width: 100%; position: fixed; right: 0; top: 0; width: 100%; z-index: 2;
this is the navigation css, and only few of this rules are "general", most of them are "opinionated"
Thanks. I'd say just adding the current navigation to the framework would be enough. It can be easily added through sass and the example html file on https://github.com/milligram/milligram/blob/master/test/index.html can have it as well.
I can then use it as well for all my current ideas and adjust design if I need to.
Adding nav would make it more feature complete for me (especially since it appears to be there).