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    Question Submenus using Dreamweaver

    Hi, I'm trying to create submenus using Dreamweaver 3 and am really not getting anywhere.
    I want it to look something like this:

    Home
    Names
    Addresses
    Photos
    Personals
    Colleagues

    I did browse the web extensively and found only highly technical methods of doing it. Im not a coder at all and am wondering if there is some extension or someway of creating these menus using Dreamweaver.

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    Design the buttons yourself using an image creating program like Photoshop or Flash. Cut them up and then use the images in DW.

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    Hello reenatjohn,
    Doing like Suke says is not hard. Here is an examples:
    example1
    Validate often DURING development - Use it like a splelchecker | Debug during Development |Write it for FireFox, ignore IE
    Use the right DocType | Validate your markup | Validate your CSS | Why validating is good | Why tables are bad

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    Dw3?!!

    Also, you might want to consider getting a slightly less antique version of DreamWeaver; I have been using 4 in the past, and CSS implementation was poor even in that one. I can imagine 3 is even worse, and decent CSS support is vital for a modern day website.

    Nonetheless, you are strongly encouraged to get at least a basic idea of the underlying technologies to be able to make effective use of the tool; the HTML Dog tutorials on HTML and CSS are a good place to start.
    Regards,
    Ronald.
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