- Modular, with themes. Not only HTML is separated from CSS, but even CSS definitions are categorized into structural and thematic types. Thus creating a new css drop-down menu means creating only a new theme since structure is permanent. What is more, creating a new theme is easy with available templates and takes 10-15 mins.
- Cross browser. Configurations available for Windows Internet Explorer 5 or later, Mozilla Firefox 1.5 or later, Opera 7 or later, Apple Safari 2 or later, Google Chrome 1, etc.
- Continuous development. The project is constantly revised and improved.
You can find some amazing Drop down menus that are free to download under GNU license.
Creating an Accordion Menu is trivial using Accordion Content script. It basically just comes down to styling your headers and expanding content to conform to that desired menu look.
This script turns an ordinary UL list into a drill down style menu, adding a new dimension to the conventional drop down menu. The top level UL dictates the height of the menu, with the sub levels tucked away until navigated to. You can customize which level should be shown by default, whether to remember the last shown level when the page reloads, plus the speed of the “drilling” animation. And to ensure the user doesn’t get lost with all this drilling, the script can optionally display “breadcrumb” links that reflect the current level the user is at.
Smooth Navigation Menu is a multi level, CSS list based menu powered using jQuery that makes website navigation a smooth affair. And that’s a good thing given the important role of this element in any site. The menu’s contents can either be from direct markup on the page, or an external file and fetched via Ajax instead. And thanks to jQuery, a configurable, sleek “slide plus fade in” transition is applied during the unveiling of the sub menus. The menu supports both the horizontal and vertical (sidebar) orientation.
horizontal menu, reveals more of the image as you rollover it. It uses mootools.
Is a there way to create a css horizontal drop-down menu in css that will work on most browsers. Well… technically, the short answer is “No” if you are using just css, because IE is problematic in the way it handles css. uses .htc file to support IE.
This is a multi-level horizontal CSS menu created using a regular nested HTML list, then turned into a fully functional drop down menu using CSS and a touch of jQuery. The sub menus slide in and out into view, which also automatically reposition themselves horizontally if too close to the window’s right edge.