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Creating the Navigation Bar

  • We are going to create a navigation bar for our website
  • We will create this using the new HTML5 tag for nav
  • Create a new page called navbar.html
  • We first need to add the HTML structure by choosing Insert->Structure->Navigation
  • You will see the dotted line on the page that tells you that you have added a nav tag
  • We are going to add our navigation bar in this area by typing:
    • home destinations specials about us contact us
    • Make these words hyperlinks to the appropriate files using point-to-file
    • Add a new page called index.html to use as the link for the home page
    • Place each of these in a paragraph tag by hitting enter/return
    • Create an unordered list of these links
    • Add a hyperlink for each page to the correct page within the Files panel
  • Look at the code created, it should look like this:
  • <ul><li> <a href="index.html">home</a></li><li><a href="destinations.html">destinations</a></li><li><a href="specials.html">specials</a></li><li><a href="about-us.html">about </a></li><li><a href="contact-us.html">contact</a></li></ul>
  • We will be modifying how this nav bar looks, for now we will leave it as default hyperlink colors which are royal blue and underlined if it is an unvisited link, and purple with an underline if it has been visited within that browser

Creating the Navigation Bar

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Insert Menu 1:23
    • Structure
    • Navigation
  • Building Navigation Bar 2:56
    • Creating List
    • Linking Pages
    • Deleting Linked File