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  1. Hi *** MY CONFIGURATION *** PHP 7.2.24 WBCE CMS 1.4.23 TEMPLATE : Acourdesz (horizontal accordion header) The “Acourdesz“ template comes with a horizontal accordion header that panes are opening on following mouse cursor movement detection : left to right and reversely ; up to down and reversely. I think that one may better reply to my question hereafter, knowing the accordion code structure from this demo page : http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamicindex17/haccordion.htm My wish is to prevent the panes opening when the mouse cursor is moved from up
  2. Hello everybody, I've got a little problem that I cannot get working. Hope you experts here could help me out with this. I found this hamburger menu animation by Jonsuh: https://jonsuh.com/hamburgers That thing is really nice. Now I want to trigger the animation on hover instead of click. I'd like to hover another item (e.g. 'code') and trigger the animation. Hovering 'code' would start animation and leaving the item would transform hamburger back. I tried it with the mouseover/mouseout function.... but don't know how to get this working with hamburger. I'd really appreciat
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