One thing I admire about Dreamweaver is that it doesn't favor Adobe's proprietary technologies like Flash over open standards like HTML5 video, but gives equal support for both—and even provides a better-looking and more usable HTML5 video player than its built-in Flash player.
Your drop down menu will be inserted into the web page. Click the Vista Buttons Menu button on toolbar and select "Edit menu" or "Remove menu" button.
Start Weaving Dreams Starting from either a blank page or sample layout, you click on items in an Insert panel to add elements like templates (with editable and uneditable regions), multimedia (HTML5 or Flash), and standard HTML features.
The default screen is split into a code pane and a WYSIWYG design pane, but you can choose one or the other, or make the design pane "Live" to view media content like video, or content that will be served up from a database when the page appears in a browser.
With support for custom images, icons, colors, font styles, the possibilities are limitless.
You'll create really nice looking web menus and web buttons with little or no design skills at all!
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You can create 1-state, 2-state, 3-state and 3-state toggle buttons using Dreamweaver Menu Extension. 2-state buttons respond to mouse Over event creating rollover effect. 3-state buttons support both mouse Over and mouse Click event.