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Now, when you download the exercise files, there are going to be four folders inside of there, Files to add, Art Templates, Snippet, and Final Project. Now if you are a premium subscriber to the lynda.com online training library, you will have access to all of these folders. If you're not a Premium Member, you'll have access to a free version of these exercise files, which includes folders 1 and 3. Inside of folder 1 are all of the files we are going to be adding to our project to give us a jumpstart, including inside of the add to includes folder, a copy of jquery, a copy of dropmenu, two CSS files, and a copy of a JS file that's empty, but hooked into the HTML file that's out here in the main folder so that again you can get a jumpstart on a layout, and we can focus strictly on building the actual dropdown menu.
Inside of the Snippet folder are a series of CSS rules that relate specifically to the dropmenu plug-in, so I have these rules here as well. For the premium subscribers, we have Art Templates. We have a source Photoshop file with all of the slices intact, so you can customize your design before saving out your slices if you want. And in folder 4 is a copy of the Final Project. This is a full copy of what we will be creating throughout the course, and it's also the project we looked at in the introduction video. So now that we are familiar with the exercise files, in the next movie, we will get started creating our project folders.
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