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    Re: Using Frontpage or HTML(only if I have to..)
    Nik

    Thanks- I'm just trying to please my Principal and that is not
    an easy task.. I may have to learn all that code...lol
    On 11/05/08, R wrote:
    > On 11/05/08, Nik wrote:
    >> Can anyone tell me how to add those neat buttons that you
    >> place the curser over and they give you a drop down
    >> menu??? I'm trying to make a more proffessional looking
    >> website....
    >
    > In the world of Dreamweaver they are called "Sprys." Easy to
    > do in DW, but the management is a bit intense. Regardless,
    > you will have to get your feet wet with learning HTML and
    > CSS...unless you get a program that will do it for you.
    >
    > Here are some links to some free DHTML vertical menu tools:
    > http://roundedmenu.com/
    > http://www.opencube.com/index.asp
    > http://www.coffeecup.com/free-dhtml/
    > http://www.smartmenus.org/
    >
    > or Google "free DHTML menus"
    >
    > In all due respect, FP web sites have a certain look and
    > feel. I don't think you can really make a professional
    > looking site using FP, since none of them never have that
    > "unique" look. And then you have the code...what a mess.

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