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  1. Thanks very much for your response! Are you saying that I can't "include" the top.htm border if it uses any javascript? Or that I just shouldn't use the w3-include? And you're right - if I put the code from top.htm directly into the index file then everything works just fine. But I want to have the navbar in only one file so if it needs changing I don't have to change 1,000 pages!
  2. I'm trying to set up a template for a website, with a responsive top border with dropdowns in the navigation bar. I thought I had it all working at one time, but have gone back to previous files to no avail. The menu is responsive, and goes down into a hamburger icon, but clicking on the hamburger icon does nothing. I'm trying to do this without using too many external files. I think the problem must be in the javascript function combined with the media queries, but I haven't been able to see the problem. I used the W3Schools responsive navbar with dropdowns, from https://www.w3school
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