10 Awesome CSS Navigation Menu Creation Tutorials

December 22nd, 2011 Posted in Tutorials

CSS Sprite Powered Menu

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Build a menu using a single CSS sprite image. This is one of the easiest ways to create a good looking menu for your website. The purpose of this tutorial is to help you create a menu that loads fast!

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CSS3 Mega Drop-Down Menu

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If you own an online shop or other type of website that includes lots of content, here’s a tutorial that will help you build a menu to organize all the information. This will make it easier for your visitors to find their way around your site.

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Animated Navigation Menu With Pure CSS

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Here’s a tutorial to help you create a fun, animated CSS menu for your site. Give your website some personality with this cool and easy to build menu.

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Random Rotation Menu

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Build a cool menu with a messy look and a content area that slides out. It’s a great choice for a personal website or maybe a portfolio.

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Slide Down Box Menu

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This is a great looking menu that you’ll want to include in your portfolio website. The tutorial will show you how to create a unique sliding box navigation.

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Advanced CSS Menu

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Here’s another menu that you can use in your blog. The tutorial explains how to build an advanced menu using the CSS position property.

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CSS3 Dropdown Menu

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Create a Mac-like multilevel dropdown menu for your website in a few minutes. The menu renders on Firefox, Chrome and Safary perfectly.

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Simple, horizontal CSS menu

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With this tutorial, you will manage to create a simple and attractive horizontal CSS menu, with a nice hover effect.

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Advanced CSS3 Menu

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Here’s a tutorial that’s going to show you how to create a menu that features four states: normal, hover, focus and click.

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Slick CSS3 Menu

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Create a menu using only CSS – no images and no Javascript. Copy and paste the code and start using it in a matter of minutes.

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