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This simple-but-clever plugin can differentiate between a user trying hover over a dropdown item vs trying to navigate into a submenu’s contents. It automatically calculates the intention of your users as they interact with your menu system, preventing menus from being twitchy as the cursor moves into a sub-menu.

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  • I think its really hard to chosoe healthy food when you have choice to have your favorate McD burger which is full of calories .. you have your favorate pizza frm pizza hut and chocolava cake from dominos.Believe me.. its really tuff.Even I can eat healthy food in home when I am alone. I can prefer vegitable and will nt eat delicious butter or chocolate cookies.But when you are out and you want to enjoy .. you are left with no choice except having pizza, burger or chocolate cakes with low fat icecreams.And when you are a professional and working hard for your career, you have to depend on out side food. And there we get, veg sandwiches in which 4 slice break with full of butter and merely 2-3 pieces of cucumber or tomato or capsicum. So again it wil increase my belly fat. I feel really very disappointed with my available options. I am not a model who can devote 1-2 hour daily for workouts.But there is no choice for ppl like me

    Ilsi December 14, 2015 10:49 am Reply

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