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HTML drop-down menu's

HTML drop-down menu's

HTML drop-down menu's

(OP)
Hello,
I have created a HTML drop-down menu in Fireworks and imported it into my Dreamweaver page. Although the menu's i have are in HTML, the menu's are still raised (like standard bevel bossed Fireworks images). Is it possible to make the menu's flat and flush with the rest of my HTML graphic images?
Thanks in Advance,
A. Daley

RE: HTML drop-down menu's

How about a link to your site to show exactly what your problem is ?  I'd be glad to check it out and (hopefully) give you an answer.

RE: HTML drop-down menu's

(OP)
The page can be found at:

http://www.routemasterwebsite.fsnet.co.uk/general_view.htm

As you will see, the menu's are slightly raised as they have a very small 'bevel bossed' type border around them. Is there anyway i can dispose of this surrounding border?

Thanks in Advance,
A. Daley

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