By: Danilo Celic on Friday, October 17, 2003
Your client has seen it when looking for their next computer, or next car depending on what has broken down most recently. You know those types of pages where you are presented with a number of options and you want to narrow down their search a little more, so you check the boxes next to the items you're interested in and then off to the next page listing only those items as perhaps a little more information on each item. And now your client wants this same functionality on their site. After you work through this tutorial, you'll be able to tell them it'll take about 5 minutes. That's right. In Dreamweaver you can have both pages described above working in 5 minuets or less (of course, not counting the 40+ things the clients wants to change about that shade of blue you chose for the menu background while you're at it). Read on…
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