Free CSS Drop-Down Menu Framework

Developed by Tomas Bagdanavičius; CSS drop-down menu framework allows you to rapidly create fast loading, unobtrusive drop-down menus.  You can use CSS Menu Framework to create horizontal, vertical left-to-right, vertical right-to-left, horizontal linear, and horizontal upwards menus. Most interestingly, you can transform your menu from one structure to another by simply changing a class name.

CSS Framework is modular – CSS definitions are categorized into structural and thematic types.  Therefore in order to create a new drop-down menu you only need to create a new theme. Structural part is permanent and you don’t have to worry about it, unless you want to invent a new one.

CSS Drop-Down Menu Framework is cross-browser and uses minimal JavaScript. JavaScript is only used to overcome bugs found in IE6 and below. This provides you with the flexibility to integrate it into your existing web applications or favorite JavaScript library with ease.  Make sure to see various demos and learn how this framework has been used to mimic Flickr, Adobe and MTV menus. You can find further information, demos & download on Free CSS Drop-Down Menu Website

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