I just love menuing systems, and have posted my fifth one for your enjoyment.
Another big plus is that this menu is completely compatible with all major Windows and Mac browsers, including the notoriously hard-to-please Internet Explorer 6.
The CSS Multilevel Dropdown menu has these outstanding features:
- Any URL can be put in any menu item, unlike the Thesis 1.6 menu
- Completely compatible with Thesis 1.5x and Thesis 1.6
- Works with Windows IE6, IE7, IE8, Chrome, Firefox and all Mac browsers
- Very customizable — size, alignment, colors, borders, fonts, arrows, etc
- Very easy to set up and use. No URL configuration required — it works right out of the box!
- Great SEO: Menu items are included in the page HTML so Google and other ‘bots can index them
- Coexists fully with JQuery plugins such as Featured Content Gallery
- Very small CSS file takes up few system resources
- Instant operation. No lags and flickering like JQuery menus.
- Can have flyouts to the left as well as to the right.
Why would I be releasing a dropdown menu when the new Thesis 1.6 has them? Easy: mine does more than the Thesis menu! Here are three big differences, although there are many more:
- You can put any URL in any menu position — there’s no restrictions or rules and no need to worry about parent-child relationships. You can mix and match pages, posts, category pages, and offsite URLs in any order you want them.
- This menu has four levels with one dropdown and two flyouts. The Thesis menu has only a single dropdown.
- This menu is more customizable. It can be customized in literally hundreds of combinations with an easy-to-use CSS file. It can even be made to look like the Thesis menu!
So why not give it a try-out on your site? It takes only a few minutes to set up and will enhance the looks and navigability of your blog greatly!