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Implementing Navigation Systems
There are a variety of ways that you can incorporate a navigation system into your Web documents. You can use standard frames, where the menu is located to the left, right, top, or bottom of the primary page content. You can use Dreamweaver's Navigation bars, to create a series of rollover images that will direct you from one location on your site to another. The third option is to use a form menu input field to create a jump menu to use the drop-down menu system for your entire site.