Another pure CSS drop down menu

Another pure CSS drop down menu. Instead of the menu being triggered by placing your mouse of the menu label, it is trigger by moving your cursor over the down arrow on the right side of the menu label.

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CSS Tabs

The user can click on individual tabs to view different content within the same space.It will require a few lines of JavaScript to dynamically update the individual tabs.

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A list of dropdown menus

1. The drop-down in a horizontal line of links that further cscades to another horizontal line.Launch Demo/site

2. menu with THREE sub levels
Simple 4 level flyout menu

Ajax Tabs

The HTML for the tab contents is transferred only when the tab is accessed.
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CSS Tabs with Submenus

CSS Tabs with Submenus – This is a way of accomplishing tabs and subnavigation using only CSS and nested unordered lists. The home tab has no subitems, the rest do. When you click on the tab, the sub menu will appear.
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CSS tabs without using any images

Build CSS tabs without using any images or hacks and with as little CSS as possible.
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CSS-Based Tabbed Menu

CSS-Based Tabbed Menu : a simple tabbed menu.
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Navigation tabs with CSS

usingInline tabs present users with choices as to what they see at any one time works really well. DOMTab is a great script for creating inline tabs using CSS and JavaScript
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Vertical CSS Menus

Vertical CSS Menus -vertical menus with, right to left, submenus .
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Free Vertical CSS Menus

14 Vertical CSS Menus
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9 Vertical CSS Menus
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Sliding Doors of CSS

Image-driven, visually compelling user interfaces. Text-based, semantic markup. Now you can have both! Douglas Bowman’s sliding doors method of CSS design offers sophisticated graphics that squash and stretch while delivering meaningful XHTML text.
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Centered Tabs with CSS

Centered Tabs with CSS – Styling the li as a floated block does give us a great deal of control over margin, padding, and other presentational styles. However, we should learn to love the inline box – with it, we can create a flexible, centered alternative to floated navigation lists.
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CSS navigation menus

11 CSS navigation menus created using the Sliding Doors technique, and will even work in everyone’s favorite browser Internet Explorer.
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