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The menus are list based, very light-weight, easy to implement, and cross-browser compliant. All the menus are free, though you can purchase the original PSD images to customize certain menus for $24.99.
One of the most underestimated part of CSS are inline boxes. Probably most of you know the CSS specifications on the subject, but if you haven’t read it, I suggest to look at the article on inline formatting model, by Eric Meyer, one of the most in-depth articles on CSS I’ve ever read for its level of detail.
There are a lot of tree generating scripts just like this one, and many of them are great. So why use dTree?
dTree is very simple to set up and use. You don’t have to worry about adding pages to the tree in a specific order, which makes it ideal for generating a tree from a database.
Not only is it easy to use and accessible for screen-readers, but it supports multiple (nested, even) tabsets on the same page and allows users to bookmark the page loading to a specific tab.
*Example-specific CSS is coded locally, in the head of the page, for convenience. You’ll probably want to use your favorite @import method to hide from old-school browsers.
Tabs and text will scale when the user adjusts the text size.
* The secondary menu is now a nested list, so it is more semantically meaningful.
* The tabs scale with font sizes much better by using EMs more frequently for sizing.
* Things are a little more compact, so there’s more room for the tabs.
* It’s easy to control the width of the whole box (using EMs if you’re clever).
In case you haven’t done so yet, go ahead and hover those blue links, okay? Pretty cool, eh? The same tricks employed for the CSS Flyouts demo are used here, but with a lot of obvious modifications. The same Jscript makes IE obey hover on any element, and the “sticky hovering” method is applied here as well.
This technique is a bulletproof way to ensure browser compatibility and to maintain usability even for people who have old browsers or difficulty accessing dropdown menus, either because of a disability or a low level of comfort with the dropdown paradigm. It also does a much better job than standard dropdown menus of orienting the user within the site.
Need a block menu fast! Below are simple CSS menu designs for you to download and use any way you see fit. You can download the complete set, or an individual menu by clicking the Download Menu button located on each menu. Please feel free to download for commercial or private use, and modify to suit your needs.
CSS Tab Designer is a unique and easy to use software to help you design css-based lists and tabs visually and without any programming knowledge required!
With the CSS Tab Designer, you can :
* Quickly design your list visually
* Choose from a variety of styles/colors (60+ different designs/colors supported). [ Styles Authors / Credits ]
* Generate strict xhtml compliant code
The following dynamic menu examples are driven completely by CSS and work in all modern browsers*.
CSS Menus v2 Features
* Up to 3 sub menus
* Hover Persistence
* Uses jQuery for IE fixes
CSS Menu Generator will generate both the CSS and the HTML code required to produce a text-based yet appealing set of navigation buttons. As text links are fast becoming preferred over images where search engine optimization is needed, a CSS menu can give the affectiveness of text links with a better look than standard text links.
A rarely discussed advantage of CSS is the ability to layer background images, allowing them to slide over each other to create certain effects. CSS2’s current state requires a separate HTML element for each background image. In many cases, typical markup for common interface components has already provided several elements for our use.
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13 Styles is all about CSS menus
Inline Mini Tabs
This library is a simple way to implement tabs on your page using CSS, a little JS, and semantic markup which degrades gracefully on browsers with CSS unavailable or disabled.
Accessible Image-Tab Rollovers
Relative font-size Version
Updated Simple CSS Tabs
CSS Dropdowns and Flyouts
Hybrid CSS Dropdowns
Free Menu Designs
CSS Tab Designer
CSS Menu Generator
Sliding Doors of CSS
Drop-Down Menus, Horizontal Style
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