I'm trying to find a way to implement location-based breadcrumb navigation. I visited the Toronto2015 site, and it gave me an idea of how it could be done.

So let's say that "Schedule" is a country, "Athletes" a state, and "Men's Events" a city. When I click the arrow next to "Men's Events", I'll see a popup where I can do a selection. In my case, within the popup I'll be able to select another country, state, city with a "search" button.

I'm looking for sites that do something similar. Any help is appreciated.

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  • that is NOT a breadcrumb, it's just a popup with inline li elements, what you're looking for is known as a mega-menu – Devin Jul 23 '15 at 20:29

Interesting. Take a look at this article, specifically Section 5 on "Breadcrumbs with Subnavigation" A few examples there. Lonely Planet has a model I haven't seen before. Not sure how well it works for users, as the traditional order of hierarchy is reversed...

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