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Help creating a Responsive Nav Menu in CSS

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Can some one show me how to write or guide me in the write direction on how to create a Nav menu that adjust to the screen. I designed what I would want in Photoshop (see clips below)?

I understand CSS, I just have no clue how to do this
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If you want it responsive you can use media queries, but it will work better if you use vh and vw as the units of measure for positioning and dimensions with calc() to control tight tolerances.

There is some discussion of responsive design, calc and the viewport units on my site.

For the drop down; if you can't code that then you can do a Goole search and come up with probably a million examples, using jquery.  If you want to do it with just CSS, it will still take events, and if you take the time to learn a little CSS you can do some slick effect using transitions to generate very smooth presentations unlike some of the jerky movement you get with most jquery attempts.

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