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Hi all,

I'm using wordpress for my non-profit organisation's website, which runs pretty well with some hiccups so far. However, the default menu needs a little adjusting, because a lot of people who use it are using a touch-device. The default menu is drop-down, but this isn't as good because you can't hover your mouse over something when you don't have a mouse.

So - I'm after a way to implement a drill down (not drill across!) menu into wordpress, which I can add menu items for using the built-in admin page (since I'm not the only one who has to configure the site!)

Can anyone help me out?

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Nobody? :(

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Change onmouseover to onclick

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shouldn't be hard with js and css hiding certain menu items untill a item is clicked etc
You tried googling for a tutorial? here's a good plugin as example: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/jquery-drill-down-ipod-menu/

For everyone who wonders what a drill down menu is, it's the same as the menu on a ipod classic so that's why a lot of people call it a ipod menu ^^

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Could try - http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/jetpack/ which has a ton of features, but will also give you the option of - "[color=#444444][font=sans-serif][size=3]A mobile theme that automatically streamlines your site for visitors on mobile devices."[/size][/font][/color]

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[quote name='xendrome' timestamp='1353684996' post='595344464'] Could try - http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/jetpack/ which has a ton of features, but will also give you the option of - "[color=#444444][font=sans-serif][size=3]A mobile theme that automatically streamlines your site for visitors on mobile devices."[/size][/font][/color] [/quote]

Ah - this mobile theme is perfect - except for one thing!

I need to be able to have a text widget (which is updated biweekly) to be visible for the mobile site and the mobile site, since 90% of visitors to the site a regulars wanting the updates that I use this little box for.

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