This content has been marked as final. Show 3 replies
"mek113" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I'm new to Spry Widgets and before I start in on learning how they work,
> like to know how compatible they are with all browsers. Will user's need
> components? In other words, why would I want to use Spry Widgets rather
any other DHTML. If you like the way they work in your target browsers and
the ease of which they are able to be made and modified inside Dreamweaver,
then, by all means, use them. There is, however, nothing really unique about
Dreamweaver CS3. I believe they will work well in most modern browsers, but
to so well in some older browsers such as IE5.
Al Sparber - PVII
Extending Dreamweaver - Nav Systems | Galleries | Widgets
Authors: "42nd Street: Mastering the Art of CSS Design"
Thanks for the reply Al. I was just looking at your PVII website - looks like you provide some great tools that can do what I want to do with menus. I'll try the DW-provided option of Spry first but may have to drop some bucks for your software later on.
> Thanks for the reply Al. I was just looking at your PVII website - looks like
> you provide some great tools that can do what I want to do with menus. I'll
> try the DW-provided option of Spry first but may have to drop some bucks for
> your software later on.
I would go with the PVII tools. They have been extensively tested by
the beta testors and will work in all modern day browsers. Plus, they
provide free support.