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In all honesty, the solution is NOT to use the pop up menu creator in Fireworks. It's fine - possibly - for mock ups, but not final code. I gave up using them in CS3 or maybe earlier than that. Sorry, but that's the hard fact. The code is bloated, dated, not very managable outside of Fireworks and - as you can see - problematic. They will probably produce more headaches for you than anything else.
There are far better solutions available. Dreamweaver offers a Spry menu widget. While not perfect, it's free, works with Dreamweaver, and far better than the tool in Fireworks. Project Seven sells a variety of attractive, accessible and easy to maintain CSS menu systems on their site.
Not the answer you may be hoping for, but I hope it still helps.
Well, I have used the Spry menus, and bought other CSS menu widget, but one problem that I have with both is
that for some reason (me) when I try to update them, never works, I end up re-doing them all again, and my lack
of knowlege of CSS (getting better) was always a problem
I try to use FW, (first time ever) and believe that this may be it.
Oh well, I may have to change the menu, because it looks just weird
Thanks a lot for you honest answer
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