A DHTML menu bar that automatically slides open from the left edge of the screen as the surfer moves the mouse over it. Moving the mouse out will cause the bar to slide back in. The menu uses an external page as its content to display. This allows you to configure the menu simply by editing the external file, through HTML. Uses CSS to allow for easy styling of most aspects of the menu. Works in IE, NS6, Opera 7 and above, degrading well with browsers that don't support it. Create the menu file like any other HTML document including text/images.
JSMenu is a configurable pop-up menu script which supports an unlimited number of child menus. JSMenu provides a powerful method of organizing and supplying navigational information on your website. While there are numerous configuration options you can fine-tune, setup is relatively painless. You can fully customize fonts, colors, cursors, borders, as well as the size of menu items, padding, and direction. JSMenus will easily and seamlessly blend right into your website design. Horizontal menus are supported and equally as customizable.
This menu technique is ideal if you have a number of pages on your website, and may need to frequently change the menu items on all or many of the pages. Using an iframe within a floating layer, the menu items are contained in a single external HTML page. Insert the layer code once into each page; then when you must change the menu items, you change only a single external HTML page. These changes are then instantly reflected in every page on your site. No server-side scripting is needed; the script requires only knowledge of basic html editing.
Nitobi Tabstrip is an Ajax-powered tab-strip component with native support for other Nitobi components, client-side statefulness, and skinnability. Features: ajax architecture; cross-platform support; cross-browser support; standards based; multi-mode operation; fully skinnable; fade transitions; compliant keyboard support; native statefullness; nitobi component aware; custom tabs; multiple themes per page; standards mode compliant to support both quirks mode and standards mode. Pages of content can be requested using Ajax requests. No postbacks are ever required, but Tabstrip can also be bound to iFrame URL's if needed, or used as traditional page navigation. XML and CSS are the basis of tab architecture, making it easy to customize and extend. Available with native support for Java, PHP and Classic ASP, and Coldfusion.