Create 1-state, 2-state, 3-state and 3-state toggle buttons Use images for icons, backgrounds of submenus and items. Using images you can create menus entirely based on graphics. Create both horizontal and vertical menus and submenus with any amount of menus on one page. Insert any HTML code inside the menu item - be it a form or a picture, a flash-object or a text. This ability allows you to create various menus of any complexity.
Overlap all Html Elements on the Page Submenus drop down over all the objects of the page (select, flash, object, embed).
Text-based menu You can create a menu with text-based top items. Such menu will be loaded more quickly on your website (in comparison with image-based navigation). Menu structure is comprised of HTML nested UL and LI tags. Standards compliant menu structure is simple to customize and update.
Easy to Use With Vista Web Buttons clear and comprehensible interface, you need just 4 simple steps to get your web buttons or html menu ready and if you use a pre-designed sample as a base you'll end up even faster!
"Normal state" and "Hot state" tabs define how submenu items respond to the mouse events. You can select text font, font size, font style (bold, italic, and underlined) and so on for each button state separately. Button is in Normal state when the mouse cursor is not over the item.
Button is in Hot state when the mouse cursor is over the item.
Button is in Pressed state when it is clicked or pressed.
Items border color - set border color around each submenu's item.
Items background color - set background color for each submenu's item.
You can set different Items border color and Items background color for hot state.
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Exscade Fisheye Menu for Mozilla Several examples are seen below: As your mouse moves down the menu, a zoom of the objects differed significantly than in the cascadingmenu list.
Review: Wisbar Advance 3 | WMExperts WisBar Advance 3 gives you the opportunity to make your WM menucascade, like WinXP. only enhances the usefulness of the cascadingmenu. Here is an example of what I mean: