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Hi to all,
I need quick help:
I'm creating a site in DW MX 2004 with templates and now want to insert a pop-up menu in my left navigation bar.
So I select one of the images there, go to behaviors, but when I click on the + button, "Show Pop-Up Menu" is there, BUT NOT CLICKABLE. What am I doing wrong??
I'd be so glad about a quick answer,

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Hi there,

Check out this thread: http://p2p.wrox.com/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=5650

Basically, this seems to be a limitation of Dreamweaver. The best way to overcome this is to create a menu in a normal page, and then reuse it in the template.
Be sure to use root relative URLs as DW is probably not able to adjust the paths in the menu when you have template-based pages in different folder levels.

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Hi,
thanx for the very quick answer.
Just to get it: I created the wanted menu in a normal .html page and saved the page. But how do I apply exactly the created menu to a .gif in my template? I don't know, if it's important, but I already have a pop-up menu in my template, so this would be the 2nd one.
Sadly I'm not a pro-user, so could you please explain it so easy, that a fool like me understands it as well;).
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Like you discovered, you cannot create a pop-up menu in a template directly. So to add one anyway, follow these steps:

1. Create a new, basic HTML page
2. Add the image you want to use for the popup
3. Select the image, and add the popup menu from the Behaviors panel
4. Customize the menu the way you want. Create sub menus, add menu items etc. Link your pages to /MyPage.html instead of MyPage.html
5 When you're done, copy the required code (e.g. the image with extra attributes and the code DW inserted for the menu) and paste it into your template page.

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Hi,

I looked at the code of the template and asked myself where to put the code of the 2nd menu, but there is already a pop-up menu code from the other menu I'm using.
How do I separate them?
How do I make sure that the image knows which menu code to use?
Where exactly do I have to paste the code for the menu?

I already tried simply copying the image from the html into the template in the design mode, but didn't work.
Sorry if I bother you with my stupid questions, but I'm trying to learn.
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Hi
thanx for your patience, now I got it! I just created in my html a second menu to see how to fit it in the code. I did so in the template and ... it works!!
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