Giveaway of the Day for June 2nd, 2009 is:
Tree Menu 
Software description as per GOTD:
- Full cross-browser compatibility. (Supports the latest IE 8, Google Chrome, FireFox 3, Opera 9.5 and Safari 3.1!)
- FREE Integration with Dreamweaver, FrontPage, Expression Web and Adobe GoLive as add-ins/extensions.
- Animated effects are pre-created for sub menu tree.
- Configures arrow image of the node that includes sub menu trees.
- Ruler function can layout the menu tree precisely.
- Allows setting the indent between sub-tree and parent node.
- Fully customizable properties, like font, icon, button, background, line, border, cursor, tool tip, etc.
- Free Google XML Sitemap and general sitemap generators based on your menu structure.
Rating (out of 10)
Features as Described
I can’t tell if the add-ins are there, but hey, everything else was- except they probably have’nt reviewed every single Menu creator in the world. 8
Ease of Use
Point, click, double click, type, find the buttons, etc- Eek. 6
It was speedy and no heavy on my VM. 7
“No commercial use” kind of defeats the purpose of this software. 6
This category reflects an arbitrary number that does not specifically stand for anything. Rather this number is used to reflect my overall rating/verdict of the program in which I considered all the features and free alternatives. 7
Once again, I have made a video showing how to do simple things in this software. Unfortunately my internet connection is slowly uploading. Here’s the link to follow when it’s done: http://mafia-penguin.com/dottech/Menu.flv. Warning: File is 15+ MB! The last bit in the video shows how many files it makes when you save a thing, so make sure to save to a folder.
Installation was fast and easy. The software prompts you with a menu to select a template, like so:
After that you can select an option and just start clicking things- It’s not dangerous. To change something, just double click it and type in what you want it to say in the bottom. Here’s a pic to explain:
You can export it via File>Publish, and to acess things like the Google Sitemap, click on Advanved.
CSS Tab Designer 
(I’m a little rushed right now, sorry!)