Dreamweaver CS3: The Learning series (Part 6) Navigation Tagged on: Dreamweaver, LEARNING, Navigation, Part, series By SchoolofWeb.org | September 24, 2010 | Third Party Videos | 6 Comments | ← Java 5 Developer Michael Myers’ Bad Day Part 1/2 → 6 thoughts on “Dreamweaver CS3: The Learning series (Part 6) Navigation” yorkermiles September 24, 2010 at 1:37 am I am going to the website download page to get the code(vertiNavi2) for turning the sidebar a different colour and to add the float and seperate cells or tables to the sidebar 1 contents section but there is no way of determning from this video where the copied code is actually pasted to,I have tried to paste it everywhere but i cant get the same brown menu box like on this video,please help,I am stuck. indignaditostoy September 24, 2010 at 1:57 am Ooops!! I want to say I’m sorry!! This tutorial KEEPS ON BEING perfect, and it has helped me a lot with Dreamweaver and CSS. I just paid more attention and I could do it!! Thanks to WideWorldOfWebDesign for this!! Greetings and sorry again!! P.S.: I learn part 10, now!! 🙂 indignaditostoy September 24, 2010 at 2:46 am Everything was too good to be real… This tutorial was perfect until the moment you say “and I’m going to insert my block of code that I stored previously”… You know how you did it previously, but I don’t… 🙁 Thanks anyway, but from here I couldn’t follow anymore… 🙁 welshdragon2008 September 24, 2010 at 3:39 am ok got the vertnav div. but now my sidebar is covering my banner. how do i get it off my banner and back to where it should be? and lastly for now… my ‘disply/ block’ is not giving me any result. so i dont have any buttons. any suggestions? thanks welshdragon2008 September 24, 2010 at 4:15 am well i listened again to your tutorial and i now understand about your vertnav thingy. but the vertnav id is not in my ‘style.css’ panel as it is in yours. why? welshdragon2008 September 24, 2010 at 4:15 am hya im in the process of following all ur lessons. At the moment im trying to understand the ‘vertnav’ thingy. how do i find it? or to i simply type it into my ul brackets? i dont get it at all. as im new to dreamweaver and am learning CSS from u. thanks. Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.