Menu navigation is one of must-have element of websites which have a function to help a people or visitors to explore your website easily, no matter what types of menu bar you have (vertical, horizontal or mega dropdown menu), it should be accessed by everyone with well-designed UI element to attract a visitor attentions and containing a clickable links allowing the user to directly access your important pages. By using a good website navigation, your visitors will stay in your website longer and this will reduce your website bounce rate by providing a good and attractive UI design. There are a lot of useful tutorial explaining to you how to create drop-down menu using HTML5 and CSS3 for free, and in this post, you can saving your time for finding a good website navigation tutorials, because we’ve gathered them all into one place for you.
These 32 HTML5 / CSS3 Menu tutorial will help you to create a catchy and simple navigation, or with beautiful CSS3 animation effects. We hope you like this post roundups and don’t forget to check out a free HTML5 website templates that you can for your next website projects.
Today I’m going to tell how to create a responsive navigation menu using only CSS3. Why responsive? I think it is important and essential. As you know, today, many people browse the Internet via mobile devices (such as ipad, iphone or android). And it is important that mobile members could navigate through your website.
This Nav is the first addition to obs-stuff library, with multiple options and more to come. The purpose of this, of course, was to help simplify the creation of beautiful CSS3 nav menus, and to help jump start the creation of websites.