MenuMatic – Drop Down Menu For MooTools

MenuMatic is a MooTools class that will allow you to quickly add stylish, accessible and unobtrusive JavaScript based drop down menu (horizontal or vertical) into your web pages. It takes a semantic ordered or unordered list of links and turns it into a dynamic drop down menu system.

MenuMatic allows you to easily customize your drop down menu using several options for layout and functionality. It is compatible with all A-grade browsers and will falls back to a CSS menu system if JavaScript is turned off. However JavaScript must be turned on for drop down menus to work in IE6.

Features:

  • Search Engine Friendly:
    Only manipulates existing links, does not generate links with JavaScript
  • Usable:
    Adjust hide delay to keep menus from disappearing to quickly
  • Accessible:
    Tab through main menu links with tab key. Navigate through drop down menus with arrow keys
  • Fails Gracefully:
    Falls back to suckerfish CSS based drop down menu system in the absence of JavaScript
  • Stylish:
    Control how menu looks with CSS, add flair with some effects
  • Flexible:
    With plenty of options and the open source code, it is easily customizable

Developed by Jason J. Jaeger; MenuMatic is released under MIT license. You can find further information, demo & download on MenuMatic’s Website.

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