Hello, I've designed my first two-state navigation bar using
I have an "up" (inactive) graphic, and a "mouseover" graphic
working. I also have a "down" state
graphic created, but don't see how I would apply that in
Dreamweaver. This means I have to go
in and modify the nav bar on every page (swapping out the
"up" graphic for the down, as the default),
a real hassle.
button is displayed whenever
the browser address = the page's address (when you've landed
on that page).
I don't see a way to do that in DW, but perhaps there is a
way? Or would it require
If I can get the third (down) state added to every button in
the nav bar, then I would be able to maintain
ONE nav bar and just replicate it on every page. What would
be the proper way to set that up, so changing the
nave bar one place would change it everywhere (without using
The url is www.pulversbriar.com (the horizontal nav bar).
I've also attached the code for the table that the nav bar sets
in, on the "attach code" button.
I am going to have to rework my button graphics, don't like
the way they turned out (dark at the center when active),
but that is an easy task in Fireworks. I'm more concerned
with getting a single nav bar working first, per above.
advance for any help...
I think I may have figured out how to do (at least part of)
this in DW. My new
'nav bar code) is attached. I added a third behavior,
but the third ("down") graphic doesn't work reliably on all
Wonder if I should have used the "onKeyDown" behavior
I want the darker button to display when you're on a page.
I manually copied the nav bar to each of the 10 pages. At
least it's now
the same for every page. But I would like to have a way
frames or templates) to keep the nav bar in one place, and
or call it, on every page it's used.
I also fixed the button graphics... that was the easy part:)
Am I approaching this reasonably correctly, without getting
the odd thing is, even though I copied the same nav bar onto
and uploaded them... in Galleries 4 & 6, the Nav button
the "down" (darkened) state when you're on (just) those two
A real puzzler.