So I’ve got a client I’m making a site for, loves everything, except he’s not used to sites that are made to work on mobile devices. According to him, it’s unclear that the arrow in the menu is clickable and will make the rest of the navigation options appear. So, is there an easy way to add some text right next to the arrow that says “MENU” so that I can appease a client that thinks they’re more tech savvy then they are?
Are you using <select> element for the menu? If yes, you can use CSS to insert the text “Menu” before the arrow. Another alternative would be to use the slide-out panel for the menu instead of the built-in navigation menu.
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