AnylinkCSS hss probably the easiest drop-down menu implementation that we’ve worked with so far. As with every other drop-down function we’ve tried out, there are some limitations, but those limitations aren’t a big deal.
You can see it in action on a couple of our recent sites: Houdyshell & Associates, IntelliTec Medical Institute, The Academy of Health Care Professions, and a few sites that are still in production – Image Capsule, Pennco Tech and McMurry University.
HOW EASY IS IT?
Ok, enough babbling. Here’s the down and dirty:
- Call the external script to each page like this:
- Create your navigation elements. Here, we’ll only use three nav items to keep it somewhat simple. For each new drop-down element you will have to modify the ‘anylinkmenu’ number, both in the navigation and in the CSS
- The CSS – you’ll need to play with it to make it do what you want it to do – or we’re always happy to take your money … uh, I mean to help.
Have some fun with it. This is a fairly basic example, and there is a lot you can do to spice it up. Let us know if you have questions or comments