Pure CSS Menu Maker is for developers who are not very familiar with CSS syntax - or who can not really lose much time wrapped these codes. Using Pure CSS Menu Maker you can create menus of different levels of complexity, including hierarchical submenus.
Offers three tabs where you will define the details of your menu. In Items, You determine each link of the menu, and the hierarchy between them, a tree view similar to Windows Explorer. To edit the information in this item, the Item Parameters panel at the bottom of the screen is used. There, you can determine the text that will be shown on the menu, the Internet address where the item points out, a tooltip of the link, and whether it should be opened in the same tab or not.
Parameters Tab. You can change the font and colors used in the menu. The alphabets available for the menu are those commonly used on the web, to ensure compatibility and stability of the layout. The change of colors can be made through the HEX code of the desired color, or by selecting it with the mouse on a color table. The colors listed in the left column are on the menu in a normal state, and the right refer to the menu items under the mouse pointer. From bottom to top, the color selection refers to the text, the background and border.
The third tab allows you to select the Template for your menu. So far, the eight models are available, ranging from minimalist layouts horizontal to vertical menus very similar to the contextual menus in Windows. After selecting the template for the menu items and adjust their parameters and to best fit your project, simply click the download button and save the ZIP file. When you decompress this ZIP you'll find all HTML, css and image files required for the menu.