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    Junior Member MartyBoi's Avatar
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    Hey everyone, how are you doing? Just a simple question for you Pro's. What do the professionals prefer when it comes to creating a Navigation Menu for a Dynamic Website, a JQuery Drop Down Menu or a pure CSS Drop Down Menu?

    Thank you

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    It's individual tastes. I prefer to use CSS only for mine, but you will find others that swear by their JS/jQuery versions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronald Roe, post: 218987
    It's individual tastes. I prefer to use CSS only for mine, but you will find others that swear by their JS/jQuery versions.
    Thank you Sir, your response is very helpful.

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    If I can do it in CSS, I will, as I know CSS better and it's usually faster and easier for me to do it that way.

    If the site requires javascript, I'll usually modify one that I have used before and saved.
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    I also tend to stick to CSS first. But if fanciness is needed, I'll add JS on top of it (as opposed to just JS).


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