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I've been looking for hours for pure css, no js, menu creation software. All that I've found have either used js or did not have drop-down sub-menus. I have found one, but it's quite pricey for me and does more than I really need (although I do like it): css3menu.com

Does anyone know of a good one?

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Sean Gordon

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Could you expand upon your desired features? –  MrChrister Apr 29 '11 at 17:47
    
I would like to be able to make basic menus that use only HTML and CSS, no JS. Ability to save the project for future editing. Basic themes (images not needed). Horizontal and vertical menus. Sub-menus (more than one level preferably). –  Sean Gordon Apr 29 '11 at 19:54
    
@SGWebsNow Trying to get a sense of context here: Is this for professional use? (Since you seem to need multiple projects, etc.) And £30-40 is quite pricey? To be fair, you're asking for quite a lot, and maybe you'd do better looking for a tutorial on building these yourself. It's really not terribly complicated, especially if you're not concerned about supporting IE6, which will almost definitely require a tiny bit of Javascript no matter what to do hover detection. –  Su' Apr 29 '11 at 20:56
    
Son of Suckerfish Dropdowns is a popular DIY technique to build a menu with just HTML & CSS & very little JS (for IE6) - htmldog.com/articles/suckerfish/dropdowns –  mvark Apr 30 '11 at 15:40
    
@Su purecssmenu.com is free, contains no js and works with IE6. It does, however, lack the ability to save project files. –  Sean Gordon May 1 '11 at 1:50
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There are loads of them on Dynamic Drive - horizontal and vertical.

You can use them in any end-user project, but not resell or redistribute them.

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All of the drop-down ones use javascript. –  Sean Gordon May 1 '11 at 22:22
    
Oh strange - I'm sure they used to do CSS only ones. Try Stu Nicholls instead then - cssplay.co.uk/menus –  Blowski May 2 '11 at 1:49
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I actually use AllWebMenus which works fine for me and I think that it is fine for what you are looking for..It can make all the types of menus that you can imagine and I find its price really advantageous..You can always visit its site to check if it has the feature that you want..it's Likno

I hope this helps!

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