FrontPage 2003 was a software tool developed by Microsoft for use in HTML editing and website administration. It was described as a what you see is what you get, or WYSIWYG, editor. FrontPage 2003 included a number of different approaches to Web design, including behaviours. Behaviours were built-in scripting options that improved the feel and functionality of a website. The Jump Menu behaviour was one way that FrontPage 2003 users could create drop-down menus for their websites.
- Skill level:
Select the page on which the menu should appear. Click on the page and choose a location for the menu.
Open the "Behaviors" window. Select "Insert." Click "Jump Menu."
Choose "Add." Fill in the dialogue box with the text and URL for the first choice on the drop-down menu. Click "OK." Repeat until all of the menu selections are filled in.
Click "OK" to save the menu.
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