CSS based menu scripts
AnyLink CSS Menu v2.0 FF1+ IE5+ Opr7+
AnyLink CSS Menu is a cool script that adds a drop down menu to any link
on your page. Each menu is implemented as plain HTML (a DIV containing
links) on the page, making the menu contents search engine friendly and
potentially very easy to deploy.
Chrome CSS Drop Down Menu FF1+ IE5+ Opr7+
easy to configure and search engine friendly. The menu links is based on a list,
while the drop down menus are simply regular DIV tags on page. Extremely
compact, the menu is around 6k in size, including the interface images used.
Menu FF2+ IE8+ Opr8+
Hybrid Menu a responsive, 2 level navigation menu with multiple stages of
adaptation depending on the user's screen size. The menu changes from a regular
top menu bar with text anchors, to icons based, and finally to a left side bar
menu as the user's screen size decreases.
Split Menu Buttons FF4+ IE8+ Opr9+
Split Menu Buttons combine the
sleek aesthetics of menu buttons with the versatility of drop down menus to
create a navigational interface that captures the best of both worlds. It
renders attractive CSS based oval buttons with an optional "toggle" element
dynamically added next to it that reveals a drop down menu when interacted with.
Drop Down Tabs (5 styles) FF1+ IE5+ Opr7+
Drop Down Tabs is a horizontal CSS tabs menu that supports a second level
drop down menu for each of its tabs. Like its cousin DD
Tab Menu below, it comes with 5 attractive menu designs built in to make
your life a little bit easier.
DD Tab Menu (5 styles) FF1+ IE5+ Opr7+
DD Tab Menu is a standards compliant, 2 level tab menu.
Move your mouse over a tab, and a 2nd level content appears beneath it. The
script uses CSS to control all of its appearance, and plain HTML to
implement the entire menu tabs and contents. It comes with 5 sleek tab
menu designs to choose from by default.
Retired script as a result: DD Tab Menu II
Horizontal hover menu FF1+ IE5+ Opr7+
A CSS horizontal menu with links that hovers up when the mouse moves over
them. In select browsers, the links depress as well on mousedown.
menu effect FF1+ IE5+
a stylish "highlight" effect to your table menus using this
versatile DHTML script. A thin border is applied around the table cell
(<td>) in participation as the mouse moves over it, with this effect
visible in IE4+ and NS6+
Menu script FF1+ IE6+
A list based vertical menu with nested content that expand and contract
when the user clicks on a menu header. Specify which menu headers are
expandable, style the headers differently depending on whether its content is
expanded or not, and specify whether persistence of the menu states within a
browser session should be enabled. Clean CSS and HTML make up the menu, and is
very adaptable to customization.
menu effect FF1+ IE5+
is a 3 state menu effect, appicable to any table. The table cell in
question "hovers up" when the mouse moves over it, and depresses
when down. Very cool effect.
highlight menu FF1+ IE5+ Opr7+
Similar to the above 3 scripts, highlight your menu links
as the mouse moves over them using this CSS powered script! Thanks to CSS,
the effect is very customizable, efficient, does not rely on script, and
finally, very small in file size.
Visible in IE4+, NS6+, Opera 6/Mozilla, and degrades well with the rest.