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Adding Nav Bars and Banners in Dreamweaver

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How do you drop in a Navigation Bar, or Banner, in a webpage your making in Dreamweaver?
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Banner is easy, "Insert" -> "Image".

Depends on what navigation you want:

CSS styled - Have to make it your self.
Dreamweaver Generated via "Insert" -> "Image Objects" -> "Navigation Bar".
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Thanks for the points / grade :)
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