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    How to Create drop down menu in Dreamweaver?

    Hi,

    Can you please help me in Creatring Drop down menu in Macromedia Dreamweaver 8? Is it possible?

    Thanks in advance,
    ML

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    look up "Jump Menu" in Dreamweaver

    tell me if that's what your looking for...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Compguy Pete
    look up "Jump Menu" in Dreamweaver

    tell me if that's what your looking for...
    I dont believe that is what he is looking for. I am also trying to create a drop-down menu in Dreamweaver 8. What you suggested are radio button to jump to another page. What Dreamweaver creates is a drop-down list. Both are not a drop-down menu.

    A drop-down menu is something like what we have on the menu bar that has File Edit View Favorites, etc. Each one of those menus drops down to create submenus.

    I dont think Dreamweaver 8 creates one. I believe you need to know HTML, JavaScript, CSS etc on your own to create one.

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    Simple rule - DON"T create anything in Dreamweaver - use it to code. Drop down menus are reasonably straightforward. The best method is the "suckerfish" method described here and here.

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    Dreamweaver drop down menu

    Dreamweaver does create drop down menus

    Click on the link below to learn how to create one.

    http://www.graphixsbydesign.com/gbdc...eamweaver.html

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    Arrow How to create a drop-down menu in Dreamweaver

    There is a way you can create drop down menu in Dreamweaver CS3 and CS4. But i'm not sure about v8. Give a try.

    go to insert>spry>spry menu bar.

    you will get the options to edit it.

    Hope it works in DW8.

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    What Centauri says. CSS-based drop-downs like Suckerfish are the way to go.
    And they're not difficult at all once you learn a bit about html unordered lists and CSS.

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    Arrow You can learn more about drop down menus

    You can easily create a drop down menu in Dreamweaver without coding with Creative DW Menus Pack which is a Dreamweaver extensions. You can learn more here : http://www.extendstudio.com/product/...enus-pack.html

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    How i can create drop?

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    Re:logo design

    A drop cap is when the first letter of a paragraph is larger than the average font size and that letter Ďdropsí down 2 (or more) lines. You can actually see this right here on Spyre Studios. Iíve attached a screen shot for those of you reading via a feed reader:
    _____________________________________________
    logo design

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    I'm not sure if it's possible to do this inside of Dreamweaver 8 but I know it's possible inside of CS3/CS4... Go to insert>spry>spry menu bar.

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    I have found a usefull tool to help me create CSS menus for Dreamweaver. You can try this if you have problems. Here is link to this tool:
    http://cssmenumaker.com/dreamweaver-css-menu-extension

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    hi,

    You can just visit this site:-
    http://webdesign.about.com/od/dreamw...op-Down-Menus/

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