thesitewizard.com's Free CSS Navigation Menu Bar Button Wizard creates a free, customized professional-looking navigation menu bar for your website.
Rollover or MouseOver Effects — When you move your mouse over a button, it changes colour.
No Images Needed — The button menu generated by this wizard does not depend on any images to give its button and mouseover effects. You do not need to draw a new image every time you want to add a new button or menu item. All its effects are accomplished using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) which is built into every modern web browser.
Both Vertical Menu Bars (for the Side Bar) and Horizontal Menu Bars (Tab Bars) Supported — Whether you want your menu bar buttons to be lined up along one column of your website, such as in your sidebar, or you want it horizontal at the top (tabs) or bottom of your web page, the CSS Navigation Menu Button Wizard can generate the code for you.
Fully Customizable — You can fully customize your menu buttons to suit the decor of your website. For example, you can change the colour of your menu buttons (in both its normal state and its rollover state), the text appearing on those buttons as well as the URLs (pages) that they point to. The links can be both internal, to pages within your site, or external, to another site.
Plug and Play — All the code necessary for the navigation menu buttons to work is generated for you. Just plug it into your website and you're done.
Easy to Create — No mucking around with the raw CSS or HTML code is necessary. The wizard does all the work for you. Just enter the information you want for your menu in this 2-step wizard to get your menu button code.
Free — Create the buttons and place them on your website free of charge! There are no fees whatsoever.
No Advertisements — There are no advertisements in the CSS buttons generated by the CSS Navigation Menu Button Wizard.
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