Join Bill Weinman for an in-depth discussion in this video Setting up CSS and creating a Home button, part of Creating Dynamic Menus.
What we have here is the HTML file as it was finished in the XHTML movie and…you'll notice that it has no formatting and that's because this is in the…03_CSS folder and looking here in the 03_CSS folder, there's the main.html that…we're looking at there.…And if we look in the CSS folder, there is no main.css.…And so we're looking at here is actually the XHTML without any CSS formatting.…
I wanted to show you this for a couple of reasons.…One, because this is what's going to come up on your screen if you load that…file, which you are probably going to do at this point and I didn't want you to…be surprised, but also because it illustrates a couple of important points as to…why we are using the unordered list for navigation.…Of course, the main reason is that it's actually very convenient and it's…convenient from the CSS standpoint and from the XHTML standpoint and it formats nicely.…But there is a couple of other side benefits they're really, really useful.…
One is if somebody is using a browser that's not a graphical browser, like links…
- Creating and formatting menus with CSS
- Establishing positioning for a menu
- Exploring configuration variables for any menu
Skill Level Intermediate
A: To make the dynamic menus degrade nicely, make sure that the pages linked to in the "top" of each menu have sufficient navigation available for that section of the site.