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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.
If you are a Premium member of the lynda.com Online Training Library, or if you're watching this tutorial on the DVD-ROM, you have access to the exercise files used throughout this title. Naturally, the information in this course is ultimately intended to be applied to your own web pages; however, you might find it helpful to work with the supplied exercise files to practice the steps safely and without having to create your own examples. To begin using the files from the site, download them, extract them, and then store those files in a convenient location, such as your desktop.
The Exercise Files folder is organized by chapter, and in every chapter it's broken down into the various videos that you'll see. Within the video chapters, there are a series of files, typically assets, css, images, and so forth, as well as a practice file to work with. In most files you'll also find a final folder, and that contains the files showing the completed lesson, which you can open up and take a look at and explore at your leisure.
If you are a Monthly subscriber or Annual subscriber to lynda.com, you don't have access to the exercise files, but you can definitely follow along with your own assets.
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