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Can't find how to bring up "edit" function to edit existing CSS menus in CS5

Thread began 6/29/2010 12:42 pm by sjurick372352 | Last modified 6/29/2010 8:43 pm by Jimmy Wu | 612 views | 3 replies |

sjurick372352

Can't find how to bring up "edit" function to edit existing CSS menus in CS5

I recently upgraded from Mac CS4 to Mac CS5 and have noticed that now I can no longer see the little yellow icon (no idea what it was called) on the page so that I could access the existing menu parameters to make changes to them. I do have a menu panel in DW CS5 called Webassist Site Tools of which CSS Menu Writer is an option but only gives me the ability to create a new menu. I want to edit my menu names, colors and sub-menus like I was able to do in CS4. Any suggestions?

Using Mac Master Collection CS5
CSS Menu Writer 2.0.3

Thanks.

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Jimmy Wu

Go to View->Visual Aids and make sure invisible elements is checked. Also you will have to go to Dreamweaver preferences and then the invisible elements section and make sure that scripts are checked. Then you should be able to click on the script tag to edit the menu.

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sjurick372352

Yes, had to enable Scripts and the little scroll came back. Thanks.

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Jimmy Wu

Great to hear it. If you run into any additional issues, feel free to open a new thread.

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