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Website revision

I am currently revising my web-site and would like to apologise in advance for any disruptions this might cause to the services provided. I’m not 100% happy with the result at this stage, but wanted to start uploading again. I’ll mainly be amending the CSS file that controls the appearance of the site. In addition I’ve got some serious learning to do still in regards to CSS.

Oooh, and if you are wondering how I ended up doing the drop down menu in Dreamweaver,: I used one of many tips I found on the internet 🙂 , on posted by Gerry Bunker. I amended it a bit, but overall used his technique of using Show/Hide Layer behaviour on mutliple Layer objects.

Web Reference: Creating Drop-Down Menus (2005, Gerry Bunker)

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