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    The Metamorphic Mutant Mystique_MHz's Avatar
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    What's the easiest way to create a drop down menu in DreamWeaver?

    I have a main nav and the links are all .gif files. As I mouse over I need a drop down "sub menu" list to appear just under the main nav. Can I accomplish that using DreamWeaver?

    Thanks

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    you mean the dhtml drop down menus not the html form list menus i take it?

    dreamweaver won't do it for you but you can create one in fireworks. The code it produces is chunky but robust, get a trial from the MM site if you don't have fireworks, there are no export restrictions and there's a wizard to take you thru setting it up.





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    Hi Mystique_MHz

    If you go to http://www.projectseven.com/ you will find a tutorial on a drop down menu for Dreamweaver.

    It is a good site and you will be able to pick up some good tips or buy some fancy extensions for Dreamweaver.

    Regards

    Surf Boy

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    Thanks guys... this is exactly what I've been looking for

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    It's already built in, Dreamweaver MX has it at least. Choose an image or text link (preferably).

    (I use a swedish copy so forgive an translation errors.)

    Windows/Panels >> Behaviors >> "The Plus" Symbol >> Show Quickmenu (or something like that).

    When you have tons of options...

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