Unfortunately, Spry 1.6 pre-dates IE9 by several years. Also Spry drop-down menus don't work well on touch screen devices. If this is your target audience, find a better menu system.
Project Seven's Pop-Menu Magic 2 is a commercial extension for DW.
The menus work well in all devices. They're easy to deploy from DW. And PVII has great customer support in case you ever need it.
Have you read carefully through the extensive PMM2 PDF Help file which is included in the Zip file which you downloaded when you purchased PMM2?
You'll get excellent help from the PVII product forums. Al Sparber is the main man there.
John gave you the link to our forum, but your product also comes with
free one-on-one support, which means you can email us directly or even
Al Sparber - PVII
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Thank you all for the answers.
Can pop menu magic work with image maps?
Back in the day I created several drop down menus in Dreamweaver CS2 by adding behaviors to image maps. I liked that I pretty much could drop a menu from any point on an image.
So I have been going back to my old laptop and CS2 every time I needed to change something in these menus, but that was very inefficient.
My client wants the top banner to be in one image, with customized buttons that share the background of the logo and business name.
I have been customizing the topaz template in pop up magic but what the client reallly wants is to have the tab images as part of the larger image. So ideally there wouldn't be any text in the top menu and only the drop down part would show up.
For people like me, who do not write or understand code, even searching a knowledge base can be a challenge because we do no know what to type in the search box! I am glad to learn Project Seven offers one on one support.
Another challenge is that the client manages his own site and uses Front Page on a PC (and I have neither) so I don't even know if he can attach the stylesheets to every page where he inserts the menu.
In the old days of web design, image maps were all the rage. But all that has changed. Image maps are not menus. And they're not web friendly for mobile users. My advice is to stick with list menus.
Read the PVII documentation on how to use CSS to customize your menus.
Personally, I don't use image based menus anymore because each time you edit your site, you must open your graphics editor to create new images. This gets old in a hurry. Also images take bandwidth which many mobile device users pay for. To save money, some mobile users turn off images. No images, no menus.
With the power of CSS, you can have great looking list menus that don't rely on images. And best of all, you can update them in a snap in DW.
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