Today I launched my pet project, built for people that want W3C standard compliant css menus for their website.
The site is mainly aimed at people, newly introduced to the web, that haven’t had time to get acquainted with all the various techniques for building a menu for their website, though some professionals might also find it appealing. The aim is to provide a simple userfriendly way for these people to build a nice menu and get a clear overview of how to implement it into their website.
Currently only horizontal menus are available, but I will be adding more types of menus within a short period of time.
There are 8 background styles and 35 images to choose from and you can define two colours for each of the three stages, inactive, hover and active, along with the link colour for each stage.
There are two ways of getting the code for your menu, either copy/paste the html, css and image generated below the menu preview or just download the zip file, containing a html document, a stylesheet and the image for the menu.
Should you run into trouble along the way, then please drop me a line via the contact form, and I will do my best to reply asap.