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Popup menu I am able to create a popup menu but when I insert it to dreamweaver i can't see the popup menu pls advise me on what to do thanks

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Re: popup menu

Put you javascript part in between head tag..

<script language="javascript">
<!-- begin

function popup(Site)

// end -->


And add the following code into your <BODY> tag:



Your <BODY> tag should then look something like this:

<BODY bgcolor="#ffffff" text="#000000"

Note: In this and all script examples that follow, change the attributes "toolbar", "statusbar", etc., to on (1) or off (0) as you prefer (or omit them), and set the width and height to the size you require.

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try the 'insert' menu. it's been a while since i used this. think its under there. also, you can use the character map in windows. go to start > programs > accessories > system tools > character map. select the character you want with your cursor, the html code is written in the box.

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Hi! Please help me..can i ask a question?? what are the special symbols in dreamweaver and in what tab can those symbols be found?

Try these steps dude :
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  • or
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Macromedia dreamweaver to crate menu bar

  1. Load your index.html page as before. That is, doubleclick the file in the Files pane in the right column.
  2. Locate your existing navigation menu, which at this time merely consists of a series of links to your home page, About Us page, Contact Us page and the Site Map. Select them and delete them. We will be completely replacing them in this chapter.
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    To customize the Spry Framework's menu bar widget, you will be using Dreamweaver's facility for viewing this "raw" code for your website. Even if you find the menu bar widget satisfactory at the moment, you should still take the following steps to familiarize yourself with Dreamweaver's "Code" view. You will be using the Code view in a future chapter to insert your feedback form code.
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Dreamweaver 8 Navigation menus appearing under page text!!


Thanks, I just uploaded it using ftp so you can see it:

If you click on weddings - there is more content and if you hover over 'styles' you see the drop down appearing under the text.

This was all created in dreamweaver 8. I can set the large picture to be a background in the table cell (instead of having the image as content of the cell), and then just have the text in the cell, that might work (not tried it yet, because I want to solve this rather than do a workaround that will restrict me with other things I want to do - I need to use frames for those other things)

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Visual basic and dreamweaver

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