This might be a bit buggy


var main = function(){
$('.icon-menu').click(function() {

i used this from task 5 and then went all the way threw yet do not have to add the stuff the
you know makes the menu like we want to


Then at least use the proper syntax

var main = function(){
    $('.icon-menu').click(function() {
          //click Eventhandler FUNCTIONBODY
//End of =main= function




+++++ DOM representation of push menu

If your HTML-page is loaded into memory by the Browser
the memory-layout will be build
using the rules, as defined in the Document Object Model
in short the DOM

The DOM representation of the index.html file would look like:

         |                |
        head             body
         |                |
    +----+----+      +----+-----------+
    |    |    |      |                |
   link link link  10div(.menu)     27div(.jumbotron)
                    |                 |
     +--------------+----+          29div(.icon-menu)
     |                   |             |
   13div(.icon-close)  18ul          30i (.fa
     |                   |             |  and .fa-bars)
    img       +-----+----++-----+    text  
              |     |     |     |    node
             19li  20li  21li  22li
              |     |     |     |
              a     a     a     a
              |     |     |     |
            text   text  text  text
            node   node  node  node

Now if you look at the DOM representation
the body-Tag is parent to
a 10div Element's Tree ( with class-attribute with class-name "menu" )
a 27div Element's Tree ( with class-attr. with class-name "jumbotron" set )

Now if you look in the style.css file,
with which you manage the Display of your Elements,
you will find that
the body object has the property left: 0; being set
( the body-Tree has a _start-Display at position left-0 )_

the .menu object has the property left: -285px; being set
and therefor the 10div-Tree is outside of Display.

In your 'app.js' file you are
to which you assign a so-called anonymous Function
and in the FUNCTION-BODY of this anonymous Function
we are attaching our click Event-handlers
to the HTML-Elements which are
-1 carrying the "icon-menu" class-name as class-attribute
-2 carrying the "icon-close" class-name as class-attribute
( during the assignment the function is NOT executed )

You will have to add the code-line
$(document).ready( main );
which will result in the =main= Function to be executed
AFTER the Browser has set the ready Event-flag.

++++++++++ structure P u s h M e n u function
The structure of your =main= Function should look like....

  var main= function() {
     $('.icon-menu').click( function() {
           //Your animation

     $('.icon-close').click( function() {
           //Your animation

explanation of the push-menu setup


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