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Join Joseph Lowery in Site Navigation with CSS in Dreamweaver as he explores current design trends in site navigation and shows designers and developers how to create robust CSS-based navigation. The course shows how to convert HTML lists to graphical controls that integrate seamlessly with an existing site design, and how to build menus with a wide range of navigation options, all in standards-compliant CSS. Exercise files accompany the course.
Thanks for taking the time to check out Dreamweaver CS5 Building Site Navigation with CSS. I hope you enjoyed watching the course as much as I did making it. If you're interested in learning more about designing web site navigation, take a look at Fireworks CS5 Rapid Prototyping, or Photoshop CS5 for the Web, two other lynda courses that I can recommend-- both of which have great tutorials on creating web site navigation elements. Thanks again for watching.
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