• January 27, 2014
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If you are looking to update your websites navigation, a jQuery Dropdown menu might be just the solution. We have compiled a list of our best dropdown menus that use jQuery for you to download for free. We also have a ton of free accordion jQuery Menus as well. If you have any more jQuery Dropdown menus you think we should add to our collection, let us know in the comments below.

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  1. 1

    Textured jQuery Drop Down

    Textured jQuery Drop Down

    This minimal jQuery drop down menu uses only one small image to give it that textured appearance. All colors and designs are editable via the CSS.

    http://cssmenumaker.com/menu/textured-responsive-drop-down-menu
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    Quartz Responsive jQuery Dropdown Menu

    This jQuery dropdown menu has it all. For the desktop a stylish drop down menu structure will keep your users on target. On mobile devices this menu gracefully responds by collapsing to a single menu item that can be expanded on touch.

    http://cssmenumaker.com/menu/quartz-responsive-menu
  3. 3

    Arrowed Drop Down Menu

    Simply designed responsive menu that will work with you mobile devices.

    http://cssmenumaker.com/menu/animated-responsive-drop-down-menu
  4. 4

    Simple Red jQuery Drop Down Navigation

    This simple jQuery dropdown menu will work with almost any site. Drop in the code and update the color to match our site. Since this menu uses jQuery, it will work with iOS and Android devices.

    http://cssmenumaker.com/menu/cherry-responsive-menu
  5. 5

    Jay jQuery Dropdown Menu

    This jQuery dropdown menu is simple but elegant. Built to work on almost any device this menu will gracefully respond to any screen size using responsive design techniques.

    http://cssmenumaker.com/menu/responsive-jay-dropdown-menu

Meet the Author

Russell Martin is a computer engineer and internet aficionado. He has been working in the web design/development industry for over 10 years now and enjoys the freedom of a job away from the office. Currently living in Thailand, he is focusing on sharing his web design knowledge by writing blog posts and tutorials.