Step 5: Customizing your buttons
satisfactorily arranged your buttons, it's time to customize them.
You can use either HTML or Text buttons or use custom, pre-built
to continue to the next screen
first option, Cells
is where you choose to use HTML
for your buttons. I prefer to use the HTML
option for cells as it creates a smaller file size for the buttons.
choices are limited to default fonts to help ensure compatibility
states can be modified. The Preview
window is a good way to preview your choices before making any
once you've decided on your selections.
Step 6: Previewing Your Menus
moment to Save
your page and Preview
your buttons in your browser by clicking F12.
immediately that my buttons are going off to the side and covering
button. In the next steps, I'll show you how to modify the position
of your menus.
Step 7: Modifying Your Menus
to your canvas, click on the button you added the menus to. In
my case, it's the Services
button. You'll notice the outline of the menu.
your cursor over the menu until the Hand
can now drag the menu position around the canvas to reposition
also edit your menus to make any necessary changes
- To edit
the menu, move your cursor over the Menu
click the outline to bring open the Set
Pop-Up Menu window.
any changes you need to in this window and click Finish
to exit the window.