Join Bill Weinman for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the exercise files, part of Creating Dynamic Menus.
If you are a Premium member of the lynda.com Online Training Library, or if…you're watching this tutorial on a DVD-ROM, you have access to the Exercise…Files used throughout this title.…I have copied the Exercise Files to my Desktop here and I suggest that you do the same.…The Exercise Files folder is organized like this.…This folder, 02_XHTML, is for the chapter on XHTML and all of the files that are…needed for that chapter are in this folder.…
When you are following along with the exercises, you'll want to make a copy of…the start.html file and edit the copy rather than editing the original.…That way, if you make a mistake or if you want to start over or if you just want…to do the exercise again, you have your starting place saved.…If you're on a Mac, as I am, you hold down the Command key and press the letter…C for copy and then hold down the Command key and press the letter V for paste…and you have a copy.…
Then you can rename that copy.…Click on it with the mouse and type 'main' and press the Return key and you…
- 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.