What is a Spry menu?

Answer If you've seen a website, it is highly likely you've come across a spry menu. A spry menu is another name for a web menu that shows multiple points of data at the same time. Basically, it's what yo... Read More »

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How to Change the Look of a Spry Menu?

The Spry Menu was one of the Spry Widget elements added to Dreamweaver in the CS3 version. CS4 includes 16 different Widgets like this to enhance the appearance of Web pages and simplify such thing... Read More »

What to Do If the Spry Menu Doesn't Look Good in IE?

Dreamweaver is a 'What You See Is What You Get' (WYSIWYG) website development program from Adobe. It helps you create websites without any prior HTML knowledge. The Spry framework is a set of tools... Read More »

What is in Spry butter?

Spry was not butter but a shortening, which is a solid fat used in cooking. Introduced in the 1930s, Spry contained no animal fat, according to a 1936 newspaper ad, and could be used for baking and... Read More »

What Is a Spry Dataset?

A Spry Data Set lets you set up a website supplying interactive data to the user based on selections made while viewing the page. These dynamic pages display new data without refreshing the entire ... Read More »