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Site URL: https://www.weacceptcryptocurrency.com/

I've been speaking with users of my site recently to see how I can improve it, and nearly all of them say that they didn't even recognize the mobile menu icon as a menu. SquareSpace uses a hamburger icon with two lines rather than three, and people don't seem to recognize this as a menu.

Would it be possible to replace the mobile hamburger menu with just the word "Menu"? I believe this would reduce bounce rate on my site significantly and improve user experience.

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Hi Christy, thank you so much! I had found a roundabout way to do it (was using "button" class rather than "burger-inner" class) but this looks way better. I added bold font and a border above the "Menu" button and I really like the way it looks. Adding the "X" when it opens is a great UX touch too so thank you for that!

If you have any idea how to add the Site Title to all pages above a certain screen width (I'm thinking 300px based on screen testing) or if there is a resource you could point me to it would be amazing! I've looked all over these forums and on the web generally and I can't find any way to include both the logo and site title with CSS which I think would look 1000x better than having just the logo.

Also if you accept cryptocurrency as payment let me know and I can list you on our site with a hyperlink!

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On 2/11/2020 at 4:00 AM, christyprice said:

Hi @WeAcceptCrypto,

This may get you close. The menu bars are visible for a second, and the X sits a little lower than Menu, but you can play around with those bits. Add this to Design > Custom CSS:

 

You can also use class .burger-box,

.burger-inner: display none

.burger-box:after {menu} 😅

 

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1 minute ago, christyprice said:

Much cleaner @tuanphan- thanks!

Today a client hired me to do this, and I thought I would use your code (thank for your code),

but then discovered that burger-boxes could use and find this code, too. 😅😅

Email me if you have need any help (free, of course.). Answer within 24 hours. 
Or send to forum message

How to: Setup Password & Share url Insert Custom CSS - Page Header - Upload Custom Font - Upload File - Find Block ID - Contact Customer Care

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Hi @LauraStoker, here's a clean version of the code. Paste this into Design > Custom CSS:

.burger-box,
.burger-inner {
  display: none;
} 
.burger::after {
content: "MENU";
} 

 

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7 minutes ago, christyprice said:

Hi @LauraStoker, here's a clean version of the code. Paste this into Design > Custom CSS:


.burger-box,
.burger-inner {
  display: none;
} 
.burger::after {
content: "MENU";
} 

 

Wow thanks so much for your speedy reply!

I'm trying to add in your 'X' when it's active, too. I'm not sure where to put that piece of code, though.

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10 minutes ago, christyprice said:

Hi @LauraStoker, here's a clean version of the code. Paste this into Design > Custom CSS:


.burger-box,
.burger-inner {
  display: none;
} 
.burger::after {
content: "MENU";
} 

 

Eeeee I think I've got it!

.burger-box,
.burger-inner {
  display: none;

.burger::after {
content: "MENU";

.burger--active::after {
content: "CLOSE";

 

??

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