Navigation or Menu is a most imprtant part of website desiging but it is not easy to make. This is time taking job. Now you have to need something that you can use in your website and your visitors can easly navigate that.
AutoScroll for jQuery -allows for hotspot scrolling of web pages
JQuery BlockUI Plugin -lets you simulate synchronous behavior when using AJAX, without locking the browser. When activated, it will prevent user activity with the page (or part of the page) until it is deactivated. BlockUI adds elements to the DOM to give it both the appearance and behavior of blocking user interaction.
JQuery Curvy Corners– A plugin for rounded corners with smooth, anti-aliased corners.
Sliding Panels For jQuery – Element can start open or closed and will be toggled from their own original position.
Scrollable HTML table plugin– used to convert tables in ordinary HTML into scrollable ones. No additional coding is necessary.
Pager jQuery -Neat little jQuery plugin for a a paginated effect.
Date Picker -A flexible unobtrusive calendar component for jQuery.
Draggables and droppables– A good example of using jQuery plugin iDrop to drag and drop tree view nodes.
3-Column Splitter Layout -this is a 3-column layout using nested splitters. The left and right columns are a semi-fixed width; the center column grows or shrinks. Page scroll bars have been removed since all the content is inside the splitter, and the splitter is anchored to the bottom of the window using an onresize event handler.
Sortables – You won’t believe how easy this code to make it easy to sort several lists, mix and match the lists, and send the information to a database.
Table Sorter Plugin – for turning a standard HTML table with THEAD and TBODY tags into a sortable table without page refreshes. It can successfully parse and sort many types of data including linked data in a cell.
Zebra Tables Demo -using jQuery to do zebra striping and row hovering, very NICE!!
Image/Photo Gallery Viewer– allows you to take a grouping of images and turn it into an flash-like image/photo gallery. It allows you to style it how ever you want and add as many images at you want.
jQuery Cycle Plugin– have very intersting transition effects like image cross-fading and cycling.
TabContainer Theme – JQuery style fade animation that runs as the user navigates between selected tabs.
A Navigation Menu– Unordered List with anchors and nested lists, also demonstrates how to add a second level list.
HeatColor -allows you to assign colors to elements, based on a value derived from that element. The derived value is compared to a range of values, it can find the min and max values of the desired elements, or you can pass them in manually.
jQuery AlphaNumeric – Allows you to prevent your users from entering certain characters inside the form fields.
jQZoom– allows you to realize a small magnifier window close to the image or images on your web page easily.
InnerFade – It’s designed to fade you any element inside a container in and out.
jQuery UI Tabs / Tabs 3 – Simple jQuery based tab-navigation
Riding carousels with jQuery – is a jQuery plugin for controlling a list of items in horizontal or vertical order.
If you are not aware of CSSplay.co.uk or Stu Nicholls, shame on you. If you are serious about CSS then get yourself over there, have a look at the many possibilties of CSS and view the hundreds of working CSS Demos. Below you will find his latest CSS menus. Great resource.
This tutorial teaches how to build a css navigation using sprite images. With the mobile web becoming more important than ever before, load time and the size of a web site are some of the biggest factors to consider when developing a site for mobile users. Demo : View Demo »
This tutorial will teach you how to build a vertical CSS menu with rollover submenu’s. The menu will be written in CSS and HTML, and will also use a so-called ‘behavior’ file. Demo : View Demo »
This tutorial will show you how to create a navigation menu with image rollovers built with CSS that uses only one image and very minimal HTML / CSS code. Demo : View Demo »
A pure CSS technique to transform your icon menu into an interactive zooming icon navigation menu inspired from Mac OSX Dock with fish eye effect. One of many ways to style html list tags into interactive, usable, and accessible menu using pure CSS. Demo : View Demo »
The Digg navigation is compacted with the use of simple drop-down menus. Important things like subscribing, searching and account information are right up top where you would expect them to be. It’s fluid width, but it doesn’t shrink too far or grow too big. Like the Vimeo tutorial above, this is also an excellent tut to give you an insight into how the high-end sites cleverly use CSS. Demo : View Demo »
For this tutorial, you’ll be making a horizontal navigation bar for a zoo. It will have dropdowns and a couple of items will have flyouts to the right. Demo : View Demo »
This tutorial is split into two parts, the first part is dedicated to the task of building a working CSS-only dropdown menu , the second part will show you how you can pimp the whole thing with a few lines of jQuery. Demo : View Demo »
In this tutorial you will not use any divs, instead you will be forming a navigation bar using a unordered list. This tutorial will show you how to style and control lists in CSS, as well as showing you the valid ways of using lists and where to use them. Demo : View Demo »
In this tutorial you’re going to learn to create a simple, yet cool menu with overlapping tabs, that is easily customised, lightweight and versatile. Demo : View Demo »
You will build the second most common site menu navigation, the vertical navigation menu, in this tutorial. You are going to be using only pure CSS and unordered lists to create the vertical navigation menu with three levels of pop outs. Thie navigation menu will work in IE5, IE6, IE7 and IE8 as well as Firefox and Safari. Demo : View Demo »
This CSS menu will have submenus and will use the web-techniques HTML, CSS and the “whatever:hover” behavior file to make things work in Firefox and IE6. Demo : View Demo »
You will learn how to use PHP to control CSS styles to highlight the tab or hit area of a html menu with styles controlled by CSS. Demo : View Demo »
A variant on the original sliding doors tecnique from Douglas Bowman, this tutorial tackles issues such as dead pixel areas, empty <span> tags, Internet Explorer and older browser inconsistencies and solving the problem of increased font-sizes. Demo : View Demo »
In this tutorial you will learn how to create a ‘sexy’ drop down menu that will also degrade gracefully with CSS and a some jQuery. Excellent tutorial from Noupe,as always. Demo : View Demo »
In this thoroughly detailed (and easy to follow) tutorial you will be taught how to create low-bandwidth tab navigation on a web page using CSS, as an extra bonus you’ll also learn how to switch tabs without loading the page more than once. Demo : View Demo »
If you like the top navigation used on Vimeo, you will love this tutorial. The menu drops down when you hover over the search box and tt offers you different search options that you can choose and narrow your search.
This is an excellent tut to give you an insight into how the high-end sites cleverly use CSS. Demo : View Demo »