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10 drop down menu solutions

Here are 10 pre-made menus if you need a quick navigation menu for your template. These come from the web and can greatly shorten the development process. The one's listed here are mainly jQuery and CSS based and are either drop-down or just multi level menus. Nonetheless, they all bring functionality and appearance inclination to your template.

A different top navigationa_different_type_tabbed

A circular navigation menu with sub-menuscircular_navigation_menu

Designing the Digg navigation bardigg_navigation

A fancy drop down menufancy_drop_down_menu

Vimeo-like top navigation from JANKOjanko_at_warp_speed

Fancy MooTools sliding tabbed navigationmootools_fancy_sliding_tabb

"Outside the Box" navigation menu with jQueryoutside_the_box_jQuery

Sexy drop down menu with jQuerysexy_drop_down_jQuery

Designing a Twitter look-alike sign-in formtwitter_sign_in

Vertical sliding menu: how to and downloadvertical_sliding_menu


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  2. hmmm...thats great web for solution drop down menu...huihuihui thanks thanks


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