July 1, 2020

14 Easy to Implement Drop Down Menu Solutions

I believe the navigation of a website should always be simple. However, if a website has many pages and sub pages, the thought of navigation simplicity goes out the window. This is where drop down menus come into play. A good and well executed drop down menu can make navigating a large site easy for the user. While drop downs make site navigation easy, sometimes they can seem difficult to implement, but the solutions listed below are all a breeze to set up, especially since most of them are built on jQuery or MooTools.

Superfish

Drop Down Menus

jQuery SuckerFish Style

Drop Down Menus

Drop Down Tabs

Drop Down Menus

Animated Drop Down Menu with jQuery

Drop Down Menus

droppy

Drop Down Menus

Simple Drop Down Menu for jQuery

Drop Down Menus

Smooth Navigational Menu

Drop Down Menus

jQuery Multi Level CSS Menu #1

Drop Down Menus

Mega Drop-Down Menu with jQuery

Drop Down Menus

UvumiTools Dropdown Menu

Drop Down Menus

MooTools Drop Down Menu

Drop Down Menus

MenuMatic

Drop Down Menus

Simple CSS vertical menu Digg-like

Drop Down Menus

JavaScript Dropdown Menu with Multi Levels

Drop Down Menus

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Henry Jones is a web developer, designer, and entrepreneur with over 14 years of experience. He is the founder of WDL and ThemeTrust.

22 Comments

  1. Blog Design Reply

    The Mega Drop-Down Menu with jQuery looks great due to the clean code it produces. Nice list of drop down menus, am i right in assuming that some of these are free and some you have to pay for?

  2. Jessica Reply

    Superfish is the only way to go! I love it and it rarely does me wrong! The transitions are beautiful in standards-compliant browsers.
    @anthony, that’s the beauty of CSS, the massive customization possibilities! Don’t be reined in by the demo code

  3. Niek Kouwenberg Reply

    You might also want to check out Menu.js, it’s a small JavaScript (drop-down) menu for developers. Free/open source and based on Prototype: http://www.menujs.net/

    It just handles the basic JavaScript actions for expanding and collapsing the menu, including a user-friendly delay before hiding (or showing) the sub menu. You can use your own CSS styling to create any design you want!

    The examples on the website are not the best looking ones, but check out the live-website examples for what it can really do.

  4. shail Reply

    Hi pal!!

    Can any one help me to create grid view with the help of ajax+mvc+jquery with image icon and related information..

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