Dreamweaver CSS Responsive Drop Down Menus
Howdy. Welcome to the land of Dreamweaver CSS Responsive Drop Down Menus. This is a four part series that started about a year ago when we had a single video about how to make CSS dropdown menus. Since then, so much has changed. Thus, we present this 5 part series, “Dreamweaver CSS Responsive Drop Down Menus.”
In our Drop Down Menus series, we start out with an introduction showing you what each part of the series will cover. For each part of the Drop Down Menus series, you will see a download button at the bottom of the page, above the video.
After the introduction video, you will see Part 1 of the Drop Down Menus series. In this part we show you how to make your drop down menu. In this video, the end result gives you drop down menus, but they are not at all responsive.
Part 2 of the Drop Down Menus series get you to the point where we make the page responsive, but we don’t include the menus just yet. What you will also find in Part 2 is a lesson in itself about resizing a centering background images with the no-repeat CSS function.
In Part 3 of the Drop Down Menus series, we get to the responsive menu, but it’s not real snazzy. Of course, to get to this point, you may want to go to our video that is all about “display:block, display:none;”
Finally in Part 4 of the Drop Down Menus series, we get you to the point where you see the drop down type menu that you see in all the cool web pages, where you have a menu item, and you click on the menu item to reveal the entire menu.
Enjoy, “Adobe Dreamweaver CC CSS Responsive Drop Down Menus.”