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CSS3 Menu Unlimited Website LicenseDiscount

CSS3 Menu Unlimited Website License

Stunning Nav Menus, Without Javascript

Mac & PC  Download Trial
Platforms: Windows XP, Vista, 7 (32 and 64 bit) and Mac OS X 10.4 and later
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Remember those days of yore when we used Javascript to create website buttons and navigation menus? And without a doubt, all of those Javascript elements always needed to be accompanied by image files, and before you knew it, your HTML directory was clogged with images and .js files. And if a user had Javascript turned off in their browser? Broken, horrible looking website! There has to be a better way, and today there's CSS3 Menu!

CSS3 Menu lets you create stunning website navigation menus without using Javascript or images! Thanks to the new border-radius and animation properties of CSS3, you'll be able to produce professional-looking websites that are completely compatible with all of the latest and greatest browsers, including Firefox, Opera, Chrome, and Safari. You can even create submenus with multiple columns!

If you're still a devoted coder of Javascript nav menus, consider this -- the menus that you create with CSS3 Menu are completely search engine and SEO-friendly, which is simply not the case when you use images as your buttons and menu items. Since CSS loads immediately, there's no risk of your site hanging because it's fetching additional files (I'm looking at you, Javascript). Best of all, CSS3 Menu rocks an intuitive visual design interface that means you get to create, create, create without any coding!

This promotion includes the following:
Windows Version ($79)
Mac Version ($79)
Review Written by Derek Lee
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William Hernandez Is there a plug-in version that integrates with Adobe Dreamweaver?

Jul 11 2012 at 7:15am Copy Link
Mobirise No, sorry. You should paste the generated code manually into DW.
CSS3 Menu - Jul 11 2012 at 7:26am Copy Link
William Hernandez Thanks for the reply Tom!

is there a discount for getting "CSS3 Menu Unlimited Website License" and "EasyHTML5Video Unlimited Website License" at the same time?

I already own WowSlider and it would be nice to be able to afford to get "CSS3 Menu Unlimited Website License" and "EasyHTML5Video Unlimited Website License".

Jul 11 2012 at 7:57am Copy Link
Mobirise Yes, if you buy CSS3 Menu with this deal we'll get 50% off EasyHTML5Video. Contact us at support {at} css3menu {dot} com after the purchase.
CSS3 Menu - Jul 11 2012 at 8:39am Copy Link
garrett james is this usable in any way with sites that are built in wordpress
Jul 11 2012 at 7:31pm Copy Link
Mobirise Yes, of course, it's usable wit any websites! CSS3 Menu generates a regular HTML code that can be pasted to any CMS.
CSS3 Menu - Jul 11 2012 at 11:49pm Copy Link
VLM Hi Tom, Your website says that "Easy Html5 Video is free for non-commercial use.". In your lexicon, does creating a website for a small, private congregation constitute commercial use?

Jul 12 2012 at 5:14am Copy Link
Peter C1 What gives with the variable Retail Price?

The original 50% OFF Deal price of $39.50 price was based on the $79.00 price BUT today's 14% OFF Deal price of $59.25 is based on a $69.00 price.

So is the retail price $69.00 or $79.00 as it can't be both unless the vendor is trying to pull a 'swifty' and make the original deal look like a bigger discount than it actually was.

If normal actual price is $69.00 then the original Deal was really more like 42.75% OFF and NOT 50%.

I know that Bitsdujour moderators have previously said that Vendors can choose their own prices, but to me it seems to be a slightly deceptive arrangement to have 2 normal or retail prices and is the sort of thing that Office of Fair Trading or Consumer Affairs would normally come down on HARD if it wasn't a virtual a shop.

Disclaimers such as: "Prices are subject to vendor's pricing and may change" should really have "Customer BEWARE ..." at the start of the disclaimer.

For that reason I wont be taking up this offer from this vendor - ever!
Jul 12 2012 at 10:23pm Copy Link
VLM It does appear that Peter C1 has a point. If you look at the page, the prices for single and unlimited website licenses are shown as USD 59 and USD 79, respectively. I see no entry indicating USD 69.

I don't think I'd use this as a reason not to buy a product, but it does seem a bit confusing. Perhaps the vendor just needs to give its website a bit of attention ... in case they are reading. :)
Jul 12 2012 at 10:50pm Copy Link

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