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Make a Multi-Level CSS Dropdown Menu in Dreamweaver CS4

Traditionally, multi-level dropdown menu navigation has been done in JavaScript. These kinds of menus can be very confusing to code, and more confusing to go back and edit later. Do it better and more beautifully with CSS and Dreamweaver CS4.

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The Hexadecimal Color Wheel

Hexadecimal color is the color mode used on the Web. It’s a very efficient method, using only six digits to identify a single color out of the 16.8 million available on modern computer monitors. This guide will help you understand what “hexadecimal” means, and how to predict what particular color a given six-digit figure (like […]

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The Dreamweaver CS4 Workspace

When working with Dreamweaver tutorials here, elsewhere on the Web, or in books, it pays to memorize the main components of the Dreamweaver CS4 workspace. After the jump, I describe the components I will refer to the most in my tutorials.

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3-Column Web Page Using CSS Layers in Dreamweaver CS4

Doing layout for Web pages with tables is so 1998. Tables should be used for data, not to arrange the elements on your Web page. A better method is to use CSS layers. They are much easier to format than tables, once you get the hang of it. But the best thing is that if […]

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The RGB Color Wheel

RGB stands for Red-Green-Blue, which are the primary colors of light. RGB is the color mode used on computer monitors because they shine light into your eyes. When you add all three RGB primary colors together, you get pure white light. That’s why RGB is called “additive color”. After the jump, learn more!