View Full Version : CSS navigation menus in Dreamweaver

06-07-2006, 11:21 AM
Hi guys,

The company that I’m working for has released a new product that allows designers or developers to create CSS navigation menus in Dreamweaver within a few minutes. The product is called MX CSS Menus 2 and its main features are:

- Support for HTML, PHP, ASP and ColdFusion websites
- Visual CSS Skin Editor with live preview in Design View
- 4 menu types: vertical, horizontal, tabbed and expandable
- 23 skins for each menu type
- Animation for sub-menus: zoom, fade, slide
- Retrieve menu from the database or insert the elements by hand
- PSD and PNG files available for skin editing in Photoshop and Fireworks.
- Fast loading in the browser
- Support for all modern browsers (except for IE 5 on MAC)

For more details, check http://www.interaktonline.com/Products/Dreamweaver-Extensions/MXCSSMenus/Overview/ or go download 30 days full-featured trial: http://www.interaktonline.com/Products/Dreamweaver-Extensions/MXCSSMenus/Try-Download/.

I hope you’ll like it,

Creative Insanity
06-08-2006, 12:27 AM
That is all well and good IA, but I find that your products are a *B* to get working and also place SO MANY files (and I am sure many are not needed) into your site.

I was so close to buying MX Kollection but since my recent headaches with large files with your upload option and getting that to work I have given up on that idea.

06-08-2006, 02:08 PM
We try to provide many features in our products so we can suit as many of our customers' needs as possible. More features means more files - so they are needed. Maybe you won't need a particular feature when developing one of your websites, but it's possible to need it in another one later on.
MX Kollection is a very appreciate product and is among the 2 Dreamweaver extensions that Adobe recommends the most:
Did you installed the trial version? What is that you couldn't get to work?

Creative Insanity
06-13-2006, 07:37 PM
It doesn't matter who or how many recommend a product, if it doesn't do what is expected than that recommedation means squat. The fact of the matter is (for me) all those files are a REAL put off. Why can't it just add what is needed for the part used. I mean skins?? that just overwrites what styles have already been placed on a site.

I don't dought others find it good and maybe it does to the job.. but I am just saying it is not for me.