Floating Sidebar Menu – Dreamweaver Tutorial – 1 of 2

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Host Unlimited Websites For .88 ! bit.ly Unlimited Hosting, Free Domain, MySQL, PHP, CGI, SSL, FTP, Stats, 0 google adwords, E-Commerce Included, Dreamweaver Ready, 30 Day money back guarantee This is part 1 here is the link to part 2: www.youtube.com In this Dreamweaver Tutorial by James at www.dreamweavertutorial.co.uk We will insert a custom floating side bar menu which will hold our social network icons in rollover links. We will create a floating div with a css float menu and the floating buttons will have rollover effects attached to them. The floating navbar is very versitile and can be adapted to any web page design with a small amount of css and html knowledge. There is a free download so you can get the social network images and custom background created by me. The side bar html code and css was also created and designed by me. Here is the link to the FREE DOWNLOAD bit.ly The floating menu is achieved using a floating menu script from J Tricks: www.jtricks.com (feel free to go to his website and thank him or to make a donation) The floating pop up menu will be programmed to appear and load into the head of your web page as well as pre loading all of the images. I have tested the float div at my website and it is not slowing down the web page load time. My Website: www.dreamweavertutorial.co.uk Follow me on Twitter www.twitter.com My RSS Feed: www.dreamweavertutorial.co.uk
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14 Responses to “Floating Sidebar Menu – Dreamweaver Tutorial – 1 of 2”

  1. Ramzan1956 Says:

    How can I make premium account to my site? So when a user signs up, he will be asked: what type of account do you want to have? And insert there: normal, premium, power, gold, platinum and lifetime. How to create a script for that? I have 1 SQL database. I want to create for each type of account the time that they have that type of account. After that the account will downgrade itself to the normal type. I want the users that have premium accounts to be able to download files from my website.

  2. DreamWeaverTutorial Says:

    @TIAG0NUNES to unit attaches to your browser window so wherever the browser edge is, you will find the floating side bar. You can move it away from the browser windo using the x and y axis.

  3. TIAG0NUNES Says:

    Is there a way to insert this one on my wordpress page? (tiagonunes.us) – I want to change it to a google adsense adbar, and I want it to stay aside the main slide, but I don’t want the bar to mess with the other page elements, when I reduce the window size. Is that possible???????????????????????????????????????

    Thanks in advance! =)

  4. bobsmith Says:

    @DreamWeaverTutorial True sir, your tut was great; just thought i’d put the basic code for those who are just after it. 🙂

  5. DreamWeaverTutorial Says:

    @bobsmith that’s the standard css way to create it but it won’t animate and that’s the whole point of this tutorial as well as creating a social networking widget with rollover buttons using dreamweavers swap image behavior

  6. bobsmith Says:

    #sidebar {
    Position: Fixed;
    Left: 0;
    Top: 50;
    background: #FFFFFF;
    border: 2px solid #0886c5;
    width: 60px;
    z-index: 2;
    }

    Just make a Div tag,
    ID = sidebar
    Before the closing div tag, Add any anchor tag you wish 🙂
    TADA!

  7. CoolDising Says:

    @DreamWeaverTutorial Thanks for helping me!

  8. DreamWeaverTutorial Says:

    @CoolDising right click and save link to desktop in firefox

  9. CoolDising Says:

    Hi whats up? the tutorial is great but I have a problem I can’t download the excercise. So can you help me?
    See you

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  11. DopeBeatsProductions Says:

    oh and i realized that in mozila firefox the images are not rollover and not clickable

  12. DopeBeatsProductions Says:

    i been on your website. it’s great thats how i got it to work. becuase i am doing a html website, i folowed your html instructions. but i might have not done it right becuase
    on every web browser it floats on a different position, iether in the middle of the side of the page, or all the way in the bottom hiding 2 of my social networks, and the page scrolls down limitless becuase of the floating item. can u help me resolve this ?

  13. troglodyte3344 Says:

    @mstuie its working !

  14. mstuie Says:

    This video dont load for me.. :S

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