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CSS Library Horizontal CSS Menus

Welcome to Dynamic Drive's new CSS library! Here you'll find original, practical CSS codes and examples such as CSS menus to give your site a visual boast.

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Vertical Divider Menu

Vertical Divider Menu
One of the most popular CSS menu interfaces around, this is a horizontal CSS menu that uses an indented vertical divider to separate each menu item. Each item can change background color when the mouse moves over it.

Slanted Divider Menu

Slanted Divider Menu
This is an elegant CSS menu bar that uses a transparent "slanted" image to act as a divider and separate each menu item.

Shade Image Tabs Menu

Shade Image Tabs Menu
This is an attractive "blue shading" image tab menu that supports tabs alignment. The shade effect is created using two gradient background images.

DD Color Tabs

DD Color Tabs
This is a lightweight, very easy to customize image tabs menu similar to the one you see throughout Dynamic Drive. Instead of swapping between two tab images, this menu uses a single transparent tab instead. What this means is that you can in fact change the menu and menu hover colors just by changing the two color values inside the CSS code! It doesn't get simpler than that.

CF Navigation Menu

CF Navigation Menu
This is CSS based navigational menu based on a single tab interface. Four images are used as part of its interface- the two round corners, an indented divider between menu links, and a gradient background image spanning the menu.

CF Navigation Menu II

CF Navigation Menu II
This is an inverted version of the original CF Navigation Menu. Four images are used as part of its interface- the two round corners, an indented divider between menu links, and a gradient background image spanning the menu.

Sliding Doors Tabs Menu

Sliding Doors Tabs Menu
This is a two state rollover image tabs menu based on the popular sliding doors technique. It uses two images, a right and left tab that shifts up and down as the mouse moves over a tab, to create a highlight effect.

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