Top Dreamweaver Extensions

Dreamweaver is already a great program to aid with web development, packed with features to save you a lot of time and effort when creating custom websites. However, Dreamweaver isn't the end-all program under the sun. Below, we have compiled a list of some of the best dreamweaver extensions to make Dreamweaver even better.

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Top 8 Clean Drop Down Menu Examples

  • August 19, 2012
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When you have a website with a decent amount of pages your drop down menu becomes a key factor in the user experience. A well laid out navigation can mean a first time visitor is able to be successfully guided through the site. While a poorly designed drop down navigation will almost surely lead to a high bounce rate for your website.

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New CSS Tab Menus Added

  • August 2, 2012
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Stuck with the same boring looking css menus? Try out the new CSS Tab Menus we just added. They are bright, bold, sexy and ready to shine on your next big project.

These menus are single level, dead simple to use, extremely lightweight, and they use the free, great looking google web font Capriola, you can download it and use it for free, for desktop design and web rendering.

Check the six color variations we made:

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Creating a Usable Page Template in Dreamweaver

Dreamweaver Page Template Overview

Learn how to create your own Dreamweaver page templates to save you time when building and making changes to your web design projects. no longer will you have to copy and paste code or make a single change over and over again on each individual page. With page templates, you change the template, save, and update the change site-wide instantly.

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Stacking elements with Z-index

Do you have want to have elements that stack on the page? Usually images push each other away, based on their size and the space that they take up, but with the Z-index property, you can stack elements on your site, and even control their stacking order.

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Using Overflow in CSS

If you have ever designed a content-heavy website, you will recall the frustration of trying to fit the massive amount of content within a structured environment. When your content flows outside of your layout, learn how to control it with the Overflow property.

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Styling Margins

Want to center your site in the browser? Learn all about margins and how you can specify margin styling to add space to different elements and even center your site in the browser.

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Specifying Selectors

Being able to style your elements efficiently with CSS is essential for saving time and work. In this tutorial, I show you how you can call the same class twice in a site, but when the second instance is inside of another div, you can target that class specifically, and add a few style changes, savig you time and effort.

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