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Visual QuickProject Guide: Creating a Web Page in Dreamweaver by Nolan Hester

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Chapter 7. Add Navigation

Add Navigation

We will start by adding a Nav-bar to your site’s home page. (In our example, we’re adding it to the tuffits page.) Before we add the Nav-bar, however, we’re going to create two layers—one to hold the Nav-bar and one for the main area of the Web page.

Add Layers

Originally, Web designers were forced to use cumbersome tables or framesets to lay out magazine-style Web pages. But now that most Web browsers support style sheet positioning tags, you can use layers. In Dreamweaver, using layers is a click-and-drag affair.

Add Layers

Name Layers ...

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