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Not saying this is the best option, but perhaps one to consider. Miller Columns You could have one drop down that would 'slide' to get to the secondary level to make the actual selection. Initial state: Select a Vehicle \/ Once selected Select a Vehicle \/ ------------------- Ferrari > Volvo > Saab > And ...
A tiered menu could be a solution for this. If the child menu items appear the moment you roll-over a parent and the clickable menu buttons are visually distinguishable from the non clickable item, I don't think it is a problem that the parent isn't clickable.
Most auto sites already have the make and model separated into 2 drop down menus. Example: http://wwwa.autotrader.ca If it must be in a dropdown, why not have the Make's logo beside the Model name? Similar to:
we were wondering whether our navigation should drop down immediately on our website when the user visits it? We can't say with any certainty without seeing your site. But if you are doing it because people aren't noticing your navigation, then that is perhaps one solution. However, I'd challenge you to come up with other solutions as well, as a ...
The advantage of amazon's side navigation is that it acts as a preliminary reference point for users as they land on the home page and scan from left to right to guide them with regards to how they can get to certain sections in the website. Coming to your navigation pattern of showing it for a few seconds and then closing it, I strongly recommend ...
Check out Yamm! It is a responsive mega menu for Bootstrap that supports nested levels. It does have at least three levels (the root option, dropdown option, and child options nested inside that). Not sure if it supports more levels than that or not as 3 is the max level depth I've seen in their examples. http://geedmo.github.io/yamm/
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