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An unwanted navigation dropdown button appears next to my hamburger icon when I view my site in Firefox, but not when I view my site in Chrome

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  • ბოლოს გამოეხმაურა cor-el

I have a site with responsive code working well. On small screen widths, a hamburger icon appears as the link to the site's navigation. It works as it should when I view the page in Chrome.

However, when I view the page in Firefox an unwanted dropdown button appears next to the hamburger icon -- or sometimes it is a simple downward-pointing arrow. Whatever is, it gets added by Firefox.

The same kind of thing happens when the page is viewed in a smartphone or when it is viewed in a browser whose window is reduced to a narrow width.

Why is Firefox adding the unwanted dropdown nav and how can I stop that nav from appearing?

An image is attached showing the same page as served by IE Chrome and FF

I have a site with responsive code working well. On small screen widths, a hamburger icon appears as the link to the site's navigation. It works as it should when I view the page in Chrome. However, when I view the page in Firefox an unwanted dropdown button appears next to the hamburger icon -- or sometimes it is a simple downward-pointing arrow. Whatever is, it gets added by Firefox. The same kind of thing happens when the page is viewed in a smartphone or when it is viewed in a browser whose window is reduced to a narrow width. Why is Firefox adding the unwanted dropdown nav and how can I stop that nav from appearing? An image is attached showing the same page as served by IE Chrome and FF
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Websites may switch to mobile mode if you reduce the window width below a specific value. I get the 3 bra button if the screen width is below 480px. Zooming a page affects the available screen width as detected via JavaScript.

You may have zoomed web page(s) by accident. Reset the page zoom on pages that cause problems.

  • View > Zoom > Reset (Ctrl/Command+0 (zero))

ჩასწორების თარიღი: , ავტორი: cor-el

In Chrome, you are using a proprietary property to suppress the standard drop-triangle for the <select> control:

(dynamik.css line 753)

.nav-chosen-select,
.subnav-chosen-select {
    background: transparent;
    border: 0;
    width: 100%;
    padding: 15px;
    cursor: pointer;
    -webkit-appearance: none;
}

On a hunch, I tried this in Firefox's Inspector and it seems to have a similar effect in Firefox:

    -moz-appearance: none;

Do you want to try adding that to your CSS and see whether it works in real life?

You can also try -moz-appearance:menulist-text;