Templates For Tablet And Mobile App Menu Items
Header Nav Overflow Into Mobile Nav
This header nav menu removes items that do not fit the mobile interface. The header has a fixed height and allows the header items to wrap and hide the overflow.
This animated example features two radial menu dropdowns that support almost any modern browser. Both can be easily customized for any mobile app.
Custom Dropdown Menu #1
This is a minimal dropdown menu, ideal for a small interface. It features a bar that displays other dropdown options when clicked and has a cool background color.
UI #1 – Nav Buttons
This menu features a black theme and four icons instead of text. Each icon is positioned side by side within a rounded bar. The border-radius property is used to create this rounded bar.
This example is a slideout touch-navigation menu for mobile apps.
Touch device jelly menu concept
Jelly Menu – Gooey effect
This Jelly Menu design includes social icons in an elongated bar and a simple circular icon that contains other menus.
Perspective Split Text Menu Hover
This menu example is ideal for a more immersive menu design.
Off-Canvas Navigation w/Page Transitions
Menu Examples For Web Applications On Desktops
Vertical Fixed Navigation #2
This CSS, HTML, and JS nav menu has round indicators that transform into labeled icons when users click or hover over them.
Here is a trendy menu bar layout for websites. It includes hidden dropdowns that appear with the hover effect. This platform uses a one-page layout format.
Full-Page Navigation Challenge
This example is great for larger screens. Anime.js and some SVGs were used to create this full-page navigation menu.
Bold Hover Animations with Splitting.js
Image Hover Navigation | @keyframers 3.12
This example uses a hover effect to reveal the text outline and intro animation. It also features mouse position tracking with CSS variables.
Purple Navbar | Nice effect for navigation
Menu – #CodePenChallenge
Moving Underline Nav Menu
This menu example features four libraries with similar functionality. Each menu differs in appearance and features a gooey, colorful underlining animation.
Navigation-Menus For Mobile, Tablets, And Desktop Devices
Navigation with SVG
This design uses SVG to animate the menu bar. The effects are activated when the user clicks or hovers over the text.
Jet – Responsive Megamenu
CSS Grid Menu
This menu is easily customized to fit any interface.
Anime.js animates this example. Here are a few elements used to create this intriguing menu:
- SVG syntax
- The text path element
- The start offset attribute
Clicky Menus: Accessible and Progressively Enhanced Menu with Clicky Dropdowns
Droop Mega Menu
This menu example is responsive and great for building vertical and horizontal navigations. Elfaire created this menu using CSS3, jQuery, and XHTML5. It includes an array of:
- Features and options
- A 12-column grid system
- Over 70 amazing themes
- Over 100 examples
- Horizontal and vertical tabs, and more
Spatial/directional navigation allows one to maneuver focusable elements within a structured document. It enables navigation in four directions (top/left/bottom/right).
Responsive navigation multilevel
This navigation menu example is responsive with a hover effect and clickable icons to reveal submenus.
This is a curved menu with radius and angle control.
Fancy Navigation (+ hover effects)
Web Slide – Bootstrap 4 Mega Menu Responsive
This example is perfect for any web project and screen type. The web slide navigation system offers various responsive, pre-built menus created with HTML, jQuery, and pure CSS code. These menus are easily customized to suit your web page layout.
Smooth Scrolling Sticky ScrollSpy Navigation
This menu design is minimal but suitable for all screen types.
Here is a hamburger-style sidebar menu that features text, icons, and notification representations.
Flat Horizontal Navigation
This is an off-canvas sidebar menu built using CSS transitions and SVG path animations.
Creative Hamburger Menu?
This design is a hamburger-style menu created with the clip-path CSS property.
The layout of your website and the number of menu items you need to display will determine whether you use a horizontal menu or a vertical menu.
Your menu can benefit from using icons and images to make it easier to use and more aesthetically pleasing.
Additionally, you ought to think about utilizing touch-friendly interactions and making sure that your menu functions properly on a variety of mobile devices.
When selecting a library or framework, you should also take into account elements like performance, accessibility, and browser compatibility.