February 19th, 2008 | Posted in Blog, Tools & Resources, Web Design

CSS Tab Menus.. you can’t live without

CSS Tab Menus.. you can’t live without

If you have reached this post, then you are probably a web designer seeking to make it easy on you. Creating tab menus from scratch can be tricky, if you haven’t done it before.

You should have heard of the Sliding Doors Technique, first introduced in 2003 by ‘A List Apart’. If you haven’t it is never too late to find out this clever technique written by Douglas Bowman, so you can make beautiful, compatible CSS Tabs. You can find his article here.

If you’re in a great hurry and want it here and now,

just visit overzone software to download a beautiful application that will do it for you in an instance. Read through the CSS Menu you’ll be using and you’ll soon find out the magic behind it.

Worth mentioning that the style supports include:

  • Square, Rounded, Circle and Pyramid tabs
  • Sliding Doors
  • Taming List
  • Vertical Buttons
  • Horizontal Buttons
  • 3D Imenu in blue
  • Eric Meyer’s tabbed navbar
  • ZDnet Emulation
  • Contrast (smhill)
  • SuperfluousBanter 2003
  • Zeldman’s DWWS menu

CSS Tab Menus, is not only giving CSS Valid Code, but it also generates XHTML Strict compliant mode. Check it out and save yourself some more time.

4 Responses to “CSS Tab Menus.. you can’t live without”

  1. Christy Says:

    This is drool worthy amazing!

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  3. Agust Gudbjornsson Says:

    Pretty handy article, thanks for this!

  4. Srikanth Says:

    Nice article, I want to create the clone of zdnet multilevel menu using css.orginally, it is done in javascript. can anybody know how to do this in css. thanks for article.

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