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Combining Horizontal and Vertical Menus on the Same Page

Thread began 3/02/2009 4:09 pm by mark298203 | Last modified 3/06/2009 8:43 am by mark298203 | 5098 views | 5 replies


I have created a very basic page with a php extension - xhtml1-transitional.dtd...

When I use the Insert/Webassist/CSS Menu Writer/New Menu command in Dreamweaver CS4 I simply insert a basic menu (horizontal accent preset, for example). It creates a folder called CSSMenuWriter which includes a number of associated files... The menu works fine.

Then I follow the exact same steps to insert another menu on the same page (this time a vertical menu). When I test the page, it appears that both menus then take on the same attributes, color scheme, etc., as the second menu inserted (the vertical one). Not being a very technical person, it appears to me that the files in the CSSMenuWriter folder that was created are overwritten by the files for the second menu (the vertical one).

Am I missing a step? I went through the help files and documentation, and did not see anything on inserting a second menu on the same page. Thanks.

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