What is in Spry butter?

Answer 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 »

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What is a Spry menu?

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 »

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 »

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 »

Spry Widget Tips?

Spry Widgets, a feature in the Adobe Dreamweaver Web Development program, versions CS3 and CS4, automatically generates JavaScript and Cascading Style Sheet (css) files to solve Web programming pro... Read More »