With Dreamweaver, creating a dropdown menu system

Using Dreamweaver I would like to create a horizontal row of tabs which can operate in either one of two ways: 1) if you hover over the tab it will display a series of drop-down menu items which are links to another part of the website. 2) if there are no drop downs the tab itself is a link to another part of the website.

I would think this is almost a built-in function but I could not find a simple way to do it. Are there HTML code snippets available that can produce that function?
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John FistereEngineer, retiredAsked:
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Jason C. LevineDon't talk to me.Commented:
Which version of Dreamweaver do you have?
John FistereEngineer, retiredAuthor Commented:
DW CC 2015. Just recently installed.

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Jason C. LevineDon't talk to me.Commented:
Okay.  Dreamweaver used to include Spry widgets in previous versions but they weren't interested in supporting them and bringing them into the mobile world so that stuff got dropped with Creative Cloud.

There are commercial extensions that will give you a menu builder:

http://www.projectseven.com/

Or you can simply download any JQuery-based menu script and build it by hand.
John FistereEngineer, retiredAuthor Commented:
Thanks, Jason

The link led me to a website with an offering that was a great deal more complex than I want. I realize I don't have to use all the features, but it still is too much.

Can you give me a pointer to the JQuery-based you mentioned?

I guess you have figured out by now I'm pretty much of a novice, but I would still like to try to get the menu system working.
Jason C. LevineDon't talk to me.Commented:
Here's about as simple of an implementation as it gets:

http://dev7studios.com/dropit/

Just search for "simple jquery menu" on Google...you will get tons and tons of tutorials and code samples to work with.

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