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    Junior Member MartyBoi's Avatar
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    Hi !

    I am looking for a Particular Nav Menu, something that looks like the one I posted below. It's not exactly what it is I'm looking for, but it's like 95% of the idea. I just can't seem to find any that is along the line of what it is I'm looking for. I can create Nav Menus, that's not the issue. The issue is I don't have much experience with one like the one following this post.

    So please, if anyone can send me in the right direction or perhaps share a link to a reference of some sort that would be awesome.

    Note about image: I had blacked out parts of the Menu, this for obvious reasons. The menu sits plum right under the header. It's not within the header, so it's right below.
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    I'm not completely sure what you are asking.

    Do you need some assistance with building the navigation or creating the images required to make it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackhawk095, post: 248113
    I'm not completely sure what you are asking.

    Do you need some assistance with building the navigation or creating the images required to make it?
    No, just wondering where I can learn to design such a menu. Perhaps examples or other sites that have something like it. This so I can look at the CSS and the Like....

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    The closest example I can think of is the main navigation on Apple's site.

    You can create those gradients using CSS instead of images with this gradient generator.

    This site is a great resource which can teach you how to make the rounded corners.
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    Yeah, and decoding a live site where they pay their code gurus to a of money to make it difficult to copy their stuff

    Try: http://cssplay.co.uk or http://www.stunicholls.com

    He has tons of examples to learn from...

    I learn from taking what others do, break it down into the parts, understand how they did it, and build it out using my processes. Works for me anyway


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