I made this website from scratch. Nothing, including the nice tablet graphic is stolen, merely modeled. And I do not want to get in trouble so it is a software company draft.
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I tried my best to create a sophisticated, not cheesy-looking, glassy navigation bar graphic. The graphic is part of the "wrapper background," nothing special. One thing I am particular sad about is the inability to insert an image and set that image to the background. So, graphics with text, as featured in the software company template, are really just graphics - you can't highlight and copy it (which would be nice for SEO). This is on my Google Sites wish list, which is way past-due.
Space Out Your Horizontal Navigation Links
I most often use links, as featured in this template, for my style of the horizontal navigation. Links, as opposed to boxes and tabs, do no have a pre-determined image - just text - so you can easily create the look yourself.
Anyways, the tip, create a url ink while in Manage Site>Site Layout>Horizontal Navigation. Instead of giving text in the field for a title, insert any amount of spaces. Now, it will not allow you to create the "link" without inserting a email or web address, so put something in there (it doesn't matter what it is). Now you have spaced out navigation (I put five spaces in between each of the links of this template).