That is best for SeBots, surfers and disabled people. You can of course use the same technoque on submenus.
<li> Menu 1 item here with CSS styling. </li>
<li> Menu n item here with CSS styling. </li></ul>
There is a Norwegian site (shall I tell about it - a competitor of my menu system. WPW members are the bosses, so here it is: bMenu
"bMenu focuses on navigation technology which improves and standardizes navigation on web, Intranets and mobile terminals.
Search has lately been seen as the only way to navigate Internet. bMenu is patent pending (US, PCT, NO) technology which improves access to web content and gives a much faster and better overview than traditional navigation or search results. It also increases page views for advertising sites and sales for e-commerce sites. Today we have some of the major portals in Norway as beta customers.
Behind bMenu you will find some of the top people within programming and development with experience from companies like Fast, Yahoo and Opera.
Investor is Alliance Venture.
The backbone of the technology is built on Fast’s technology platform.
bMenu is now located in Norway and New York and is establishing office in San Francisco".
It uses the Fast engine, scan web sites for content that is automatically added to the menu system. You can scan a Chinese site and automatically produce English menus on your site.)
There is a free and paid versions. The most advanced are for companies.