You’ve probably noticed the vertical menu at the top of the left sidebar. It is used for supplementary navigation to help you quickly find anything on this site.
It is an example of the Vertical Multilevel Dropdown Menu described in a new tutorial.
You can use the Vertical Menu as your main menu or as a supplement to another menu system. It is completely compatible with beta versions of Thesis 1.6.
The Vertical Multilevel Dropdown Menu offers these outstanding features:
- Easy to set up and use.
- Any kind of URL, document or file can be put in the menu — no restrictions and no conditional php!
- Dropdown menus with as many items and dropdown levels as you want.
- Menu items may be in any order you want.
- Dropdown menus have a sliding effect that is very appealing
- Completely configurable as to size of menu items, font characteristics, colors, etc. with CSS.
- Includes support for most major browsers, including most versions of Internet Explorer.
- SEO friendly: Its unordered list is generated within the HTML of the page, so Google’s and other bots can read and index it.
- Very fast execution. Uses Google libraries for speed.
Why don’t you give the Vertical Menu a try? You’ll find it’s an easy way to draw readers into your site so they stay longer, improving your SEO and page ranking.