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Ratings

AttributeAverage
Features5 / 5
Reliability5 / 5
Ease Of Use5 / 5
Documentation5 / 5
Vote Count3
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module overview

Module Overview

Drupal.org Excerpt:

Jquery menu uses simple, cross browser compatible jquery to transform your multilevel menus into click and expand menus. Yes this module is similar to dhtml menus and active menus, but it is different in a couple of key ways. Unlike dhtml menus (which requires you to click twice on a link to actually... [More...]

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Maintainer:PixelClever
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Categories:Javascript Utilities, Site navigation, Theme enhancements, Utility
downloads

Downloads

VersionDateFilesRelease notes
7.x-4.0-alpha32012-Oct-26DownloadRecommended
6.x-4.0-alpha52012-Oct-26DownloadRecommended
7.x-2.02012-Apr-11DownloadOther
6.x-3.32010-May-15DownloadOther
Total Downloads: 2579 "Development" releases should be considered in beta.

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Good but not unobtrusive [Now it is]

Update: Now this module is really very good, only shortcoming was unobtrusiveness of javascript, but it seems that this issue is fixed now. I must thanks author for his quick feature addition.

This module is definitely well planned and developed as well as removed some limitations that DHTML Menu and Active menus modules have.

But one thing where DHTML menu and Active menus stand out is their use of Unobtrusive JavaScript. JavaScript powered menus should never break navigation functionality when someone browse a page with JavaScript disabled in her browser or use a less feature rich browsers like cellphone browsers.

I'm pretty sure some re-factoring and clever use of JavaScript and CSS can surely make this module unobtrusive as well. And this is why I put 4 (out of 5) on the rating for Features.

Wishing success for this module.

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Excellent job!

Exactly what I was looking for. Tried the active and dhtml menus, but this one is the best out-there!

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Very very useful

I wanted a DHTML menu. The DHTML menu module is non-intuitive.
True to its description, this is intutive, works very well and is easy to setup.
I also setup the advanced jquery taxonomy module that is based on this module, and it looks promising.

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