14 Outstanding jQuery Navigation Menu Tutorials

14 Outstanding jQuery Navigation Menu Tutorials

14 Outstanding jQuery Navigation Menu Tutorials


jQuery framework has been a hot topic these few years in web design and development. New tutorials, new techniques and cool effects are being released by developers everyday.As a jQuery lover, I always find myself trying to invent something really cool, useful and able to integrate into design easily. This time, I've chosen a few of very useful and helpful navigation menu tutorials. They are comprehensive tutorials, and cover everything with detailed explanations. Some of them are imitation to other famous websites like digg and vimeo. If you want to customize them, I think it would be fairly easy because all of them are comprehensive tutorials, they cover html, css and javascript with detailed explanations.

Also, I appended 4 of my navigation menu tutorials as well just in case you've missed it. :) Merry Christmas!

Author: Kevin Liew

Kevin Liew is a web designer and developer and keen on contributing to the web development industry. He loves frontend development and absolutely amazed by jQuery. Feel free to say hi to me, or follow @quenesswebblog on twitter.

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lahmacun firini
Thu, 7th October 2010
Fine was a work and full-time. Thank you. Reply
Biju Subhash
Mon, 20th December 2010
Nice collections… thanks for sharing
here an another jQuery menu link:

http://www.bijusubhash.com/blog/redbrown-drop-down-menu-using-jquery-and-css Reply
Sun, 29th May 2011
Excellent collection...

Thanks and Regards
Akiii Reply
Wed, 8th June 2011
woow nice navigation collections Reply
Wed, 20th July 2011
sharing is very good and high quality Reply
Thu, 21st July 2011
The subject is too interesting, thanks for sharing Reply
Fri, 22nd July 2011
thank you Reply
Lucas 5
Thu, 3rd May 2012
very good!
thank you so much to help us :) Reply
Wed, 16th May 2012
very successful in matching the color of your site is fantastic great work Reply

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