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Hello.
 
Does anyone know how google handles the menu "more" in your google plus application. when you reduce the heigh of the browser page, last menu item included, in a orizzontal hover menu, the item upstair. how do so?
 
Thank for answare.
Posted 25-Mar-13 1:34am
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hh_7 at 26-Mar-13 7:31am
   
Well if you are talking about having a website responsive, what you should do is create a css for the dimension that you want...
 
EXAMPLE: @media (min-height: 700px) and (min-width: 1360px){ CREATE YOUR CSS HERE }
 
And you create your own rules to define where each container will be in different sizes.
vinodkumarnie at 1-Apr-13 7:06am
   
Hi.. Very good question.. I haven't observe this in Google+. Its very interesting one. Definitely i will find solution for the same and will share with you.. Thank you very much for such a beautiful question.
Emanuele Cappelloni at 2-Apr-13 4:54am
   
thanks vinodkumarnie. I think that it's a trick. when the page loaded, the orizontal and vertical menu are loaded. with jquery function $(windows).hight (or same like that). google dinamically change the visibility property to "hidden" or "visible" based on the position of menu items. at same time change the height of "more" button. (the pannel of menu have position=fixed css property). I'll implement this solution. Have you see that you can change the order of items drag and drop the icons?. you know how with jquery ?
Thanks bye

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