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I'm helping a friend redesign their site and one of the things I'm trying to incorporate is a mobile menu. I found Brad Potter's tutorial (http://bradpotter.com/create-a-responsive-mobile-menu-from-the-header-navigation-menu/) and used his code but I'm still having some trouble. I think ideally I'd like to have the site logo to the left and a mobile menu button to the right, I'm just not sure how to go about it as this the first time I've done anything responsive. Any ideas on how to accomplish this?http://misstoolbox.com/stephanie/
You will need to resize your logo small enough to fit the left so that the Header Right doesn't drop down below it. The smaller logo would then need to go down in your media queries/responsive code area. You'd need to do this for all of the devices you personally want to code for and then test it out on different devices.
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