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Now if you do a search for jQuery dropdown menus in your favorite search engine, you'll find dozens of plug-ins to do something very similar to what we were just doing in this particular course. And tons of different menu systems have different animation styles or design styles, and you'll even see groups of comparisons. So here we see 38 different plug-ins compared, 22 or 25, and if we go look at those individual sites, they'll give you a screenshot of what that particular plug-in looks like and then give you the ability to download all of the files. So again, as you go through these different sections, you'll see all kinds of different animation styles, design styles, and the process for putting these together is very similar to what we just did in this course.
The reason I picked the drop menu in this particular course was that it's a really small file and has a very little amount of CSS associated to it. But once you get the hang of using a particular plug-in, using additional plug-ins from other resource will become a lot easier. And with that, I wish you all the luck in building some cool dropdown menus for your web site, and I really appreciate you watching my course.
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