When you click a link, it opens another tab and puts a link to the previous one on it's top. It solves my problem, but I can't find how it's named (english is not my 1st language).

Here's an example taken from YouTube. I'm not interested on the resizing part, as mine will be fixed size.

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Any help?

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    Terms that come to mind are cascaded or nested slideout sidebar menu – greenforest Feb 7 at 14:15
  • I would go with "Unexposed dialog menu".. as Material UI has classic drop down menu with this style where items are shown right away, and its called "exposed dropdown menu" – xul Feb 7 at 20:08
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    technically speaking, it's a multi level menu, only that instead of keeping inactive levels visible it completely hides them. Kind of tympanus.net/Development/MultiLevelPushMenu/index3.html# – Devin Feb 7 at 22:52
  • Yup I agree with @Devin. It's a type of a multi-level push menu. – Arriving From The Sky Feb 7 at 23:08

It can be called Nested Menu. You can refer the example in below link


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