Navigation is such an important part of your website. It’s how your visitors navigate to the main areas of your site and makes it easy for them to find your good content.
CSS is of course the perfect language for designing beautiful navigation menus. It can be applied to any type of website and is very flexible. Don’t be alarmed if your own CSS skills are fairly limited as there are a lot of great tutorials out there that walk you through how to add clean and professional looking CSS menus to your website. You can either copy and paste the code into your own design or modify the menu to suit your needs.
Today we would like to show you 100 of these tutorials; 75 horizontal CSS menu tutorials and 25 vertical CSS menu tutorials.
Just so you know
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Horizontal CSS Menu Tutorials
21. Navigation Bar
Vertical CSS Menu Tutorials
91. CSS menus
98. Green Vertical Navigation Menu
Tutorial | Demo
101. Pure Drawer
After going through all those tutorials, you should have a grasp of how these menus work. Now it’s time to roll up your sleeves and play with the code. Here are some CSS menus with interactive code for you to practice on.
104. Context Menu
105. Dropdown Menu
109. CSS Dropdown Menu
113. CSS Only Menu
115. Mega Menu Pure CSS
We hope you have enjoyed this list of CSS navigation menus and found something useful for your site (We made a point of including a mix of different menu styles: basic menus, flashy menus, menus which use jquery, menus that use pure CSS etc). If you know of any other great CSS menu tutorials, please feel free to share them in the comment area. 🙂
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