CSS3 Menu

CSS3 Menu 2.2

User friendly application for designing drop-down menus with CSS3
3.4  (7 votes)
2.2
5.3 (See all)

CSS3 Menu takes advantage of the recent improvements in cascading style sheet language. It helps get rid of the long JavaScript code needed to create a drop-down menu on a web page. Furthermore, it makes it easy for you to create your own great looking menus, without the need to write a code. The program's interface is WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get).

The interface consists of 4 basic areas, one where you see how the menu will look like, one where you choose templates and icons, another to edit item properties and the last one is for editing menu or sub-menu properties. The top menu is minimal, consisting of File, Options and Help. The toolbar has large and suggestive icons for saving, publishing, adding menu items or moving them around.

In the free version, some options are limited (you don’t have all the templates or icons available e.g.), but considering the low price for a single website license, that won’t be a problem.

Easy to use, the program is for amateur site owners needing a simple drop-down menu on their site, without having to deal with complicated JavaScript code.

Alice Blest
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Review summary

Pros

  • Easy to use
  • Fast workflow
  • Suggestive GUI

Cons

  • None
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