Java Menus - Completely free java applets (no nag)
- Site Map - a very nice free java applet popup menu
A worth download
Download this free java applet menu. This java applet allows you to establish an icon/image on a given page. When the icon is (right) mouse-clicked, a popup-menu appears that allows navigation to other URLs. This is very handy java navigation tool to complement or replace extra 'navigation frames' in a website. Note that this freeware java applet is written in 1.1+ Java and thus might not work in older browsers (it will work in the latest versions of Netscape (4.06) and Internet Explorer (4.0)).
This site also contains other cool free java applets to download.
- menu lynx applet
Menu Lynx is a free Java 1.1 applet that you can customize to create your own menu-based list of web links. The pull down menus look and work 100% like the real thing because they actually use OS-dependent menus. So the menus on a Macintosh will look like Mac menus, on UNIX they'll look like XWindows menus, and on Windows they'll look like Windows menus! Only the menu bar itself is fixed, and thus won't look system dependent. you can specify a different target frame window as the default, or even specify different target frames for each individual link. MenuLynx is custom made to suit your individual tastes. Easy to modify text file in INI format holds all your customized menu settings. This means you don't have to touch the HTML code at all in order to update or modify your menu of web links. MenuLynx includes support for menu separator bars and sub-menus as well! Free download!!!
- Popup java Menu Applet 1.1.1
One good popup menu applet *** (Freeware)
No layout changes required: just add the applet to your existing pages.
Menus look, sound and feel just like your browser's own menus.
New in version 1.1.1: menu font, size and style can be specified.
Add popup menus to your pictures and logos (gif, animated gif or jpg).
Add popup menus over your existing hyperlinks, text, or area maps.
Create menu-enabled text labels of any size and color.
A JavaTM 1.1 compliant browser, such as:
Netscape Navigator 4.x or higher. Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.x or higher (menus look best with Microsoft's most recent Java Virtual Machine). Sun's HotJava Browser 3.0 or higher.
Any browser with Sun's JavaTM plug-in, version 1.1 or higher.
- TOC java menu applets from Nalla Senthilnathan
cuppaTOC3 is a folder-based tree menu navigation applet that can display a large number of content lines in a compact browser space. Content items can span upto two lines. Frames-based navigation with an option to specify the targetframe for each content item is supported. An icon image can be optionally specified for each content item. The applet also has an option to configure the applet to work in conventional tree mode. The applet reads data from the applet tag.
- AutoLaunchThis freeware java applet launches an http request to another web-site automatically once the page containing the applet is downloaded on user's machine. It can be configured to set time after which the launch will take place, properties like Color and Font. It can also show image and a string optionally at specified locations. Advantage is that web-page designers don't have to force viewer to click on hypertext link to go to new location.
- Menu applets from Just Java Design
- glossary applet from Sun.
The Glossary applet was developed to present in a more compact and accessable manner what had been long scrolling HTML pages. Definitions can be obtained by browsing the list a-z or by initiating a search on a particular word or phrase. Use the delete keys for editing the search field. The up and down arrow keys can be held down for speed scrolling. The glossary applet is very flexible. For demonstrations of other deployments, see the glossary page and the JavaTM Users Groups Worldwide page
DJ Pop Menu (popup menu applet)
The latest version includes support for multiple images, a user defined logo at the top of the applet, unlimited submenus, vertical or horizontal placement, "3D" button action, and text inclusion. This program gets you "out of the applet box" when displaying pulldown menu information. Notice from the examples that the menus can appear all over the screen. Menus can be nested as deep as required. Optional text can be displayed next to the menu images if desired.
Here's a menu applet that can contain a lot of information in a small area of your page. Create up to twenty (20) different menu selections. Each selection can contain up to one hundred (100) entries. Menus can also be configured so that images are not required. Modify colors and fonts to fit the scheme of your page.
As shown in this example, "buttons" can also be images rather than simple text entries.
Aves Java Tree NavigatorThe Aves Tree Navigator is a unique solution for navigating complex webpages. It allows links to be grouped, and presented as a browsable tree. The Aves Tree Navigator is intuitive and easy to use, and can improve the accessability of your homepage.
The Aves Tree Navigator is completely free for non-comercial use. You may download it and use it free of charge on personal homepages.
For commercial use, they charge a fee of $55.00 for the product. You are however welcome to download the product for evaluation purposes, provided that you do not use it on any web pages, reachable from the Internet or on a private intranet. Consult the licence agreement included in the package for further details.
- applet menus from Gokhan Dagli
- popup menu applet
Plus other java applets.
Popup Navigator Applet
This is a free web-site navigation popup-menu Java applet.
- While unused, this pop-up site navigation Java applet is represented by simple, low space-consuming button.
- Unlimited nesting of sub-menus. Currently there is constraint to 10 levels of submenu nesting, but this is a matter of changing one constant within source.
- Supports frames and navigation to separate windows.
- Button hover effect and button image. Full customization of mouse-over and push-down behavior.
- Supports both absolute and relative URLs. URLs can be relative to document, CODEBASE or any explicit URL, which makes Popup Navigator Applet suitable for easy use in frames and Microsoft shared borders.
- Font of every menu item is customizable.
- Font, foreground and background color of main button are customizable. NEW: Full customization of mouse-over and click events.
- Automatically distinguishes currently selected page.
- NEW: Activate menu on mouse-over.
- NEW: Ability to display menu to the right of the button.
- NEW: Display-only menu items.
- Detailed error messages within (where suitable) menu itself. It's easy to find which contains error.
- Lots of default parameters to globally customize all menu items, while keeping possibility to customize them per one-by-one basis.
- NEW: Full reference in HTML format with lots of examples is included in download archive.
- Full source code.
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