MX CSS Menus -- Create CSS navigation menus from Dreamweaver

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MX CSS Menus is the solution that both designers and developers have been looking for, to bridge the gap between CSS design and dynamic website development. This Dreamweaver extension helps you create navigation menus. Features include: -- 23 different CSS skins -- 4 layouts: vertical, horizontal, tab and expandable -- Visual CSS Skin editor with live preview -- compatibility with HTML, PHP, COldFusion or ASP sites -- animation on sub-level menus -- completely based on CSS and JavaScript -- multiple browser compatibility -- fast loading in browser Download the free trial to see how the product works. Fully featured and valid for 30 days.

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Scripts / PHP / Scripts & Programs / Site Navigation
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Last Updated:
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  • There's compatibility issues across different browsers. I ended up having to spend a lot of time to tinker with CSS code to make it work with all browsers. Athough their web site provides a good info tech help source via forum area. Problem after you posted a question, you are at the mercy of others to answer your questions at their convenience if you go luck, or maybe you won't get an answer at all. When i mail them for support, they just refer me to the forum--back to square one.

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