Step 1 – Create a document with the dimensions: 620×50. Depending on what color your website is, you’ll want to have it filled a certain color. For today’s tutorial, we’re going to use white.
Step 2 – Grab your Rectangle Marquee Tool , and create a shape that spreads out near the edges of the document. Fill that with black. Duplicate this layer, and with the copied layer shrink it so that the black background layer looks like a border behind it.
Then add this emboss blending option.
Step 3 – Here we’re going to stylize the button a bit. This is an optional step, and you only need to do this if you’re using it for an artistic based website. Here just grab your paint brush, and find a brush you like and add some fun effects to it.
Then add some text, so people will know where they’re going when they click on the button.
Step 4 – Now we need to create some cohesiveness to link the buttons to each other. Creating the menu effect. Grab your rectangle marquee tool again.Create a very thin rectangle that protrudes from your Home button.
Step 5 – Here, I like to create smaller buttons than the home button. You’ll still want them to look similar though. So grab your black button background layer and copy it. Slide it over to the connecting bar on the right. Transform it and shrink it a bit.
Now, do the same for the top button layer. Add whatever text you want for that button
Step 6 – From here you’re just repeating steps until you have the amount of buttons you want in your menu. Here’s what my final product looks like..