I tried to look over my content and decided that the menu might look better to the left, and as a verticle drop down, as the horrizontal version would become too distracting for the user to see the work, and also, if I were to allow the menu to become a fixed, positioned menu on the page, then it can move down the page as the user scrolls through. It can allow them to avoid having to scroll back up to the top of the page, if they ever want to check out the contents of other pages.
Admitingly, creating a menu from Dreamweaver was such a pain in the butt; I don’t usually say this, but this took about 45 minutes to do, because for some reason, a code would work on one document, but not on the other and I had to keep checking back and forth why this kept occuring.
I did go and check out websites, which allow you to generate a drop down menu, however, they charge money for downloading the CSS code.
I did check out a helpful source:
When creating a drop down menu, you have to be so specific on which kind of menu you’re looking for. It’s not just a drop down menu, but there are many variations of that menu in particular. I started looking in to how a Accordions menu worked.
What I found interesting in particular, was how smoothly this one operated.