Hello again, it’s time for comprehensive programming article. Here you’ll find 38 mainly jquery and CSS based drop-down or just multi level menu tutorials with down loadable files and explanations as well. My favorite here is the first pick – Outside the box with very unique navigation menu. It’s always good to have such reference articles in your bookmarks and when you have to create some really big website with a lot of content and menu sections – just return here. Shorten your developing process with already premade menus, which can be easily modified with little touch of CSS.
List Updated: May 11, 2012
But well, also be aware when each code has been created, has it got some updates through time? In our development niche standards, technologies change so quick sometimes when you decide to use specific menu..it’s very hard to implement it and at the end you’ll even may need to rewrite code just because of incompatibility so be cautious!
Here you’ll find mainly free solutions, but I would also suggest for some special occasions, quick projects to consider some of design/code marketplaces, where you can buy optimized,documented and update codes for really cheap prize. I can assure quality is high,otherwise marketplaces won’t get so popular..and my experiences are only positive and I really am ready to spend 5-10 for important code snippet saving probably hours of my time. I myself have tried CodeCanyon and Mojo-Themes marketplaces, I am sure there are many more out there, but these two are definitely the ones I recommend.
At least I am doing my designing process like this –
What’s your experiences?
And why you are figuring answers – enjoy this quality article!
This tutorial will cover a few ways to do just that with OS X style docks and stacks navigation.
In this tutorial you will learn how to create a sexy drop down menu that can also degrade gracefully.
Navigation is compacted with the use of simple drop-down menus.
A follow on from the simple single level circular menu, this one adds a sub menu level of smaller icons in a circular pattern within the top level circle. There is also the facility to add a simple description of each icon.
Nice tutorial showing you how to create a login drop down with Twitter style using jQuery.
This tutorial will show you how to create a sliding menu button using jquery. You can see the effect in action over on the PSDtuts webpage in the top right hand corner.
I’ve featured this Janko’s tutorial some time ago, but sometimes I will repeat myself, since this article is completely dedicated to showcase advanced drop down menus. Very detailed and well written tutorial, with drop-down search options narrowing and targeting search by checking options. Menu is done completely using just CSS, structure is visually describet in the image below:
With this script you can make nice and interactive drop down menus. The advantage of this script is that it not only gives you the ability to make list drop down menu. You can also use a div as drop down element. This way you can create big drop down menus like under the buttons products and tutorials in the preview or you can create a login panel in your drop down!
Just simple CSS menu.
Very old drop-down tutorial from year 2004, but if you are starting out – very useful tutorial and example.
This multi-level drop down menu script weighs in at only 1.2 KB. It features animation, active header persistence, easy implementation and multiple instance support.
This is a powerful jQuery component to build easily a multilevel tree menu or a contextual menu (right click) in an intuitive way!