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Accessing the CSS Menu Writer Wizard

Thread began 8/13/2009 12:18 pm by gil.linton305590 | Last modified 8/14/2009 12:55 pm by Jimmy Wu | 1289 views | 3 replies |

gil.linton305590

Accessing the CSS Menu Writer Wizard

I'm building my first site in Dreamweaver using CSS Sculptor and CSS Menu Writer 2.0. I have created just about all of my template page and I'm having trouble with Menu Writer. I have created a basic design and aved it. However having happily inserted into the page in the desired position I'm unable to access it using the CSS Menu Writer Wizard.

I followed the advice in the How To Guide but selecting the navigation menu does not bring up the CSS Menu Writer icon in the Properties Inspector when in Design View. Instead selecting one of the buttons brings up 'CSS-P element' in the inspector.

Pretty sure I'm doing something stupid.

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Jimmy Wu

If you go to Dreamweaver preferences and go to the Invisible elements section. Make sure that checkbox next to Scripts is selected. Instead of clicking on the menu itself click on the script tag next to it and there should be 3 buttons in the properties inspector: Edit Menu, Edit Contents and Edit Theme.

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gil.linton305590

Fixed

Thanks Jimmy

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Jimmy Wu

Glad it worked. If you have any additional problems feel free to make a new thread or ask in this thread if its related.

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