As a new CSS(Cascading Style Sheets) learner i decided to start from creating menu and navigation buttons.You know one of the most important part of a web site is the menu and navigation.Today i made a detailed search about the menu tutorials and practiced most of them.Well,you may think what about my menu system.I’m practicing and so will create a different styled menu system.Below are the 31 CSS Menu and Navigation tutorials which will help you practice and learn a lot.Some of them are created with the help of jQuery but i’ really inspired with them.
Start from scratch and build such a menu in Photoshop, then create the needed HTML and CSS and last but not least improve it via jQuery.
This CSS menu will have submenus and will use the web-techniques HTML, CSS and the “whatever:hover” behavior file to make things work in Firefox and IE6+. By the end of this tutorial, you will be able to make this example CSS menu.
This is a standard flyout menu with a few frills and graphics to show which levels have flyouts, and it can also be made to show which path has been taken to arrive at your current page.
With a more trimmed down interface and with an arrow background that appears only when the mouse moves over a menu item.
This is a lean, professional looking CSS menu that’s draped in a solid two color background image. The divider between the menu items is simply a white CSS border.
These sliding doors based blue tinted tabs “jump up” when selected, such as when the mouse rolls over each one. This is accomplished using a combination of relative positioning and padding on each tab.
This is a clean looking CSS menu with simply a gray border outlining its edges. To add a little flare, an “aura” effect is added when the mouse moves over the menu items
This horizontal CSS menu goes with a minimalist approach, by applying just a thick border underneath each link to give it style.
This is a simple yet professional looking multi level side menu
A clean looking centered tabs created using CSS.
This would allow you to create a much larger rollover image for each menu item, overlapping the neighbouring menu items and other elements on the page.
This tutorial explains how to design a digg-like navigation bar using a liquid design with rounded corners for links.
One of the most interesting well-created CSS menu.
This is one of my favourite example with well-explained tutorial