Many websites hide certain navigation links on smaller devices in order to limit the amount of content that they display on a user’s device. A common technique for this is to put those navigation links in a sidebar or hidden menu that pops out when a user clicks a particular icon. On most websites this icon consists of three stacked horizontal lines, which many people have dubbed a “hamburger icon” (☰).
If you use Builder’s sidebar menu template on your website, when a visitor clicks on the icon a sidebar with a list of whatever links or content you want to add will pop out. Customizing the content and styles of the the sidebar menu are a breeze thanks to Builder’s editing capabilities.
You can find more information on creating a sidebar menu here.