CSS3 - The future now - menus
'Drop Everything'

6th February 2010

No graphics have been used in the making of this menu.

Drop Everything!

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The ONLY gaphic used in this menu is the photograph of the butterfly, all the rest of the demo is down to css3 styling.

As with the last menu, this works in all browsers but some get better styling than others. The only three 'final release' browsers that can reproduce all these styles are the latest releases of Firefox, Safari and Google Chrome, but I am informed that the next release of Opera will be able to correctly style this menu. I will add the additional styles when the new version of this browser is released.

So Firefox, Safari and Chrome will have all the styles radius corners, text-shadows, linear gradient fills, and radial gradient fills, all other browsers will have plain boxes and text.

This is just a demonstration of what will be possible with css3 once all browsers support this. But if you don't mind some browsers not seeing the full styling then you can move over to this menu now.


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