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Macromedia Fireworks 4 query regarding Pop-ups

Macromedia Fireworks 4 query regarding Pop-ups

Macromedia Fireworks 4 query regarding Pop-ups


I have a problem relating to my pop-up menus in Fireworks 4. I have a top banner accross each of my web pages within the site. i.e. Home, Products and Services etc etc. When each of these are highlighted with the mouse a popup menu appear giving me the option to select i.e. under Products we have Account Software etc. Now the links work fine on the index page and anything in the root directory but anything in another folder it doesn't link because when I select an option the URL link I want is put on top of the existing URL and therefore the path is not recognised. Is there anyway of getting around this or will I have to create a banner in another folder so it recognises the path.

Can anyone help,

Thanks and kind regards,


RE: Macromedia Fireworks 4 query regarding Pop-ups

make your links relative or absolute


../file.htm or file.htm



either way the link if it is relative must target the pages relative to the document!

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