How to Make a Drop-Down Menu in FrontPage 2003

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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.

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  1. 1

    Select the page on which the menu should appear. Click on the page and choose a location for the menu.

  2. 2

    Open the "Behaviors" window. Select "Insert." Click "Jump Menu."

  3. 3

    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.

  4. 4

    Click "OK" to save the menu.

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