After studying many free website menu templates based on Bootstrap, we decided to create our versions.
Why? If it’s not 100% trustworthy, we don’t share it.
We rolled up our sleeves, went behind the code, and here we are now.
We made sure to create all sorts of different website menu examples.
Minimal, transparent, sidebar, off-canvas, you get every possible page navigation you want.
The FUN does not end here.
Every template has a user-friendly code. This makes it perfect for beginners and quick customizations.
Take your website navigability TO THE NEXT LEVEL.
Yes, you will!
Website Menu V03 is a modern free snippet for creating a clean and minimal navigation bar. If you like to stick to SIMPLICITY, you better not miss taking a peek at this tool.
It is a solution that works great if you plan to add an image or even a video as a background above the fold.
It will not distract the content yet still offer great navigability.
Moreover, Website Menu V03 is a static menu template with a cool blue button that appears on click. Additionally, it also includes a multi-level drop-down that fits well if you have a lot of pages and categories. It’s responsive, too.
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But if you would truly like to stick to ULTIMATE cleanness in the header area of your website, Website Menu V05 is your best bet.
While there’s not much at first glance, the menu icon reveals a sidebar hamburger menu on click. Website Menu V05 keeps the same style on small and large screens, perfectly adapting to mobile.
We also ensured that the code structure is both user- and beginner-friendly.
Everyone can now put this free menu template and embed it into their web app hassle-free.
But first, take a peek at the live demo preview and go from there.
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While a header can make your website heavy on the eye, that’s not the case for Website Menu V07. Thanks to the transparent design, you can feature some STUFF in it but it won’t pop as much as solid headers, doo.
Your cup of tea?
Website Menu V07 is ready to employ it out-of-the-box or even style it further.
There’s also a top bar for additional contact info and social media icons along with the main navbar.
This article was written by Aigars Silkalns and originally published on Colorlib.