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An apple styled menu bar...

An apple styled menu bar...

An apple styled menu bar...

I'm trying to create a menu bar on a website I'm working on but it just doesn't seem to be coming out right.

I'm looking for a menu similar to the top of the page on www.apple.com but based in blue rather than grey.  Anyone have any helpful hints on how to create this?


RE: An apple styled menu bar...

Are you asking how to create the graphics for the menu or the code and how the menu is put together?


RE: An apple styled menu bar...

The graphics portion - creating a menu is no big deal.


RE: An apple styled menu bar...

For the top boxes use the preset shapes rounded rectangle tool.

Create one box the size and color you need.

Duplicate the image (Window/Duplicate) so you don't risk accidentally losing your "template" box.  Select the area outside the box with the Magic Wand, then use Selections/Invert and copy and paste your box into the duplicated image.  Repeat and align new boxes until you have the number you need.

Use the Square Selection tool to select and delete the bottom line of the boxes and the Line tool to finish off your menu bar.

Don't forget to keep saving your work! <g>

Good luck ...


RE: An apple styled menu bar...


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