Swimbi - Swift Menu Builder1.8.3
The menu has a very important place in the overall design of a website, easing the access of visitors to all the sections and setting the webpage apart from competitors as far as appearance is concerned.
With a bit of imagination and the tool set that Swimbi - Swift Menu Builder provides, web designers can create professional-looking CSS menus and integrate it in any website.
Work with graphical elements rather than CSS code
This application aims to leave designers do what they do best: create a design, without worrying about code syntax or menu functions, since all the necessary files are automatically generated based on your choices. As such, no prior programming knowledge is required in order to work with Swimbi - Swift Menu Builder.
At first launch, you are greeted by a simple tutorial that shows you the main functions and the most important interface areas you will work with. The application comes with a variate collection of templates that you can use, while also giving you the freedom to create your own configurations and navigation styles.
Live preview and various menu customization options
Its interface has a user-friendly and intuitive layout, with all the options at hand. The navigation pane displays the menu structure, with all the items and their targets. Any modification you make is shown in the preview area in real time, but you can also open the menu using the default web browser.
With just a few clicks, you can change the menu style, adjust its transparency, customize the behavior of all menu items, add shadow effects to the buttons and texts, change fonts, menu position and so on.
A reliable and modern-looking menu creator
Swimbi - Swift Menu Builder takes care of the difficult part of creating a website menu, saving you from having to write code. It allows multi-domain publication and can automatically generate the CSS source code for the menu you design. Overall, working with it is pleasant and easy, especially since you can preview your work at all times.
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