Best jQuery Menus Plugins & Tutorials with Demo

hoverFlow Plugin : A Solution to Animation Queue Buildup in jQuery

hoverFlow Plugin : A Solution to Animation Queue Buildup in jQuery

hoverFlow  is a another Solution to Animation Queue Buildup in jQuery.Brandon Aaron published a quick tipon how to prevent animation queue buildup in hover animations. Since I was not satisfied with his solution, I tried to find another.After taking some wrong paths and learning a lot about jQuery’s animation (queue) system, I think I finally found a good solution.

The last locigal step was to wrap it up into a nice jQuery plugin – and so hoverFlow was born.

jQuery SideBar Plugin

jQuery SideBar Plugin

jQuery SideBar Plugin is display sidebar menu.We can show tabbed sidebar menu from anyside of the screen with this plugin.

jQuery Dashboard Vertical Navigation

jQuery Dashboard Vertical Navigation

Looking to give your next web app or custom cms dashboard that edge? If so then this accordion style jQuery dashboard menu will do just that.Impress your users with the modern dark design whilst giving them the best possible experience.

This script comes with the choice if 6 different colours and is very simple and easy to implement.

Simple, Yet Usable jQuery Based Dropdown Menu

Simple, Yet Usable jQuery Based Dropdown Menu

Based on the amount of requests i’ve received lately on this post, on creating a simple, yet extendable dropdown menu, i believe easiest way to achieve this would be through simple jquery, so here it is.

Build a User Settings Dropdown Menu with jQuery

Build a User Settings Dropdown Menu with jQuery

There are many social networking websites designed with a specific layout in mind. User profile pages are some of the more complex designs included with a community-based network. You’ll often have access to edit user profile settings, subscriptions, and e-mail options. I want to create such a simple menu for a minimalist Digg-style layout.

In this tutorial I have actually built two working demo pages. The first runs on jQuery to fade the menu in and out as you hover. The 2nd demo is built using just CSS effects which display the submenu using the :hover selector. It’s even easier to combine both methods for legacy support – however at that point I’d recommend the CSS-only methodology. But you can see for yourself in the live demo examples and build this yourself by following my code below.

Beautiful jQuery Animated Menu

Beautiful jQuery Animated Menu

Beautiful jQuery Animated Menu is a Basic Menu bar using Jquery ,html and css.This Menu has a Very Sleek and Beautiful Hover Effect.It is quite easy to Implement also quite easy to understand.You can use this Animated jQuery Menu In your projects if you like it.

jQuery Metro Flexible Navigation

jQuery Metro Flexible Navigation

The jQuery Metro Flexible Navigation is a minimal, clean grid layout inspired by the new Windows 8 interface. It can be customized to be laid out horizontally or vertically. It’s scrollable and dragable at the same time and contains useful sliding controls. Icons can be changed, there is a large collection available.

Features :

  • Layout orientation can be customized with a simple class atrribute
  • Scroll-able and drag-able with mouse events and touch swipes (iPad compatible)
  • Control buttons for sliding left, right, up and down the grid area
  • Auto-resize based on browser viewport
  • Well documented + free support + free updates

Create a Sliding Navigation Menu with jQuery

Create a Sliding Navigation Menu with jQuery

Consider a situation where you include your blog categories in a navigation menu. If you have a long category list, a drop down navigation menu will exceed the page height and the user might need to scroll to navigate to the last part of the menu. These small things are enough for a user to navigate away from your site.

To solve that, we are going to create a complete navigation menu using jQuery. I will explain how to compress large menus using sliding panels to keep the depth of your menu to a minimum level. Take a look at the demo before we get started. You can see that sub level menu items are hidden initially and displayed as sliding panels on click.

How to Create a Responsive Navigation in CSS3 & jQuery

How to Create a Responsive Navigation in CSS3 & jQuery

In this post, we are going to walk you through on how to build a simple navigation from the ground and using the CSS3 media queries and a little jQuery to display it in a small screen size like the smartphones properly.