Check out this great CSS advanced menu tutorial by Nick La, showing us how to slice up the menu design step by step and putting them together with CSS.
A new concept by altering the non navigation items on hover state which will focus the user’s attention on the item they have hovered on, and create a new look and feel for the site overall. Works perfectly in any modern browser, yet still be fully functional in your older version of IE as well.
This menu has a vertical sliding first sub level then two flyout levels and demonstrates how it is possible to change positional styling from ‘absolute’ and off screen to ‘static’ and expanding the menu vertically.
A useful CSS technique for providing pop-up descriptive content by extending nav menus with tool-tips, alerts, notifications, or additional info.
8 Great CSS based Menus, you just can’t miss.
Drop Down Tabs comes with 5 sleek examples to let you quickly pick your favourite to use on your site. Customize each example’s CSS to modify the look as desired. We got you covered alright!
You can find great resources at the links below:
- 13 Styles Focuses on CSS menu design and also offers free menus for download.
- 14 Free Vertical CSS Menus designed by exploding-boy, simple and various styles.
- CSS only drop-down menu
- Deluxe CSS Dropdowns and Flyouts
- Centered Tabs with CSS
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