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JavaScript DreamWeaver SpryAssets Accordion This is very cool JavaScript multi-level menu, it creates a JavaScript menu accordion that like DreamWeaver right-side menus. Can use this JavaScript multi-level menu code to make your menu navigation become more unique and beautiful. Especially, this JavaScript menu code does not use any JavaScript framework. You can see the demo inside the inner page and download the full completed package, or try more other very awesome JavaScript menu examples below:

- Awesome jQuery Accordion with CSS3 and HTML5
- JavaScript Multi-level Navigation Menu with States-Remember
- Super Amazing jQuery Dynamic Navigation Menu Solutions
- 30+ Essential Javascript Framework Supported Navigation Menu Techniques
- 9 Nice Useful JavaScript and Ajax Navigation Tree Menus
- Best jQuery Interactive Navigation Menu Tutorials for Creative designs


JavaScript Multi-level Navigation Menu with States-Remember This JavaScript code example will create a multi-level navigation menu on your web pages (in the live demo of this JavaScript code example, we have 3 levels; and obviously you can add as many levels as you want).

The advantages of this JavaScript code example are in following good ideas: just one root of menus opened at the same time; besides, this JavaScript menu navigation script uses cookie to store the states of menus, they will keep the old states every time the web pages will be refreshed.


Multilevel Dynamic Menu A JavaScript code to build the multi level menu on your web pages, each item has a icon for itself; this script works on all poppular browsers, but more beautiful in Internet Explorer because it uses filters in engine of this browser for performing fade effects.


Multilevel Drop Down Horizontal Navigation This code uses both CSS and JavaScript for creating multilevel drop down navigation menus, submenus will appear when users move mouse over them. Customize it as you want, menu is created with CSS - a modern web design technique, by using unordered lists and hidden layers.


VB Navigator This JavaScript code is a hierarchical, object oriented navigator, open source menu. It can be easily displayed horizontally or vertically, and on several different levels.


Blm Multi-level Effect menu Blm Mult-level effect menu is a JavaScript/CSS hybrid dropdown menu based on ordinary HTML lists. As its name suggests, it allows for infinite levels of sub menus. The menu supports many different visual options, all specified simply by inserting keywords inside the menu's "class" attribute. The menu has been tested and should work in most standards compliant browser (IE5.5+, Firefox 1.5+, Opera 8.5+, Safari).


Simple Drop Down Navigations This clean-looking JavaScript menu horizontal is very simple to implement and can be placed anywhere on a page. Adding or deleting levels is easy to do. The JavaScript menu is created without tables, using unordered lists and hidden layers.


Expanding Navigation Menu onClick This is a simple expand collapse menu. The anchor tags that expand each menu are added by JavaScript, so the HTML code doesn't contain any event handlers or unnecessary HTML tags. The structure of the menu is defined with unordered and ordered lists elements.


xCollapsible & xMenu5 xCollapsible toggles an element's 'display' property when a 'trigger' element is clicked. This behavior is applied to all of the element's nested elements. It works with 2 different HTML structures. The first demo is made of nested ULs, and the second is made of nested DIVs with an H element preceding each DIV (I use this on some of the main pages of my site). Only the outermost UL (or DIV) needs an ID.

xMenu5 is an experimental version of xCollapsible with more features.


Slashdot Navigation Menu This vertical navigation menu is a stylish collapsible menu modelled after the navigational menu found on Slashdot. Session-only cookies are used to store the state of menu (whether it's expanded or not). Cool css navigation menu design!

New updates: you can now add a expand / contract all links on the navigation, to allow your visitors to easily toggle the visibility of all submenus. Furthermore, you can specify all submenus should be contracted by default for first loads (see top of "menu.js").


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