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Andy128
04-28-2007, 07:12 AM
Problem: (A)Difficult to scroll through tons of nav buttons and find the one(s) you like. (B)Takes a long time to load all those .gifs (C) if you create your own button- often it is difficult to find.

Here is a method I use to quickly find and use the nav buttons I want.

1- Go to Programs Files>BlueVoda Web Builder and re-name the navbar folder to navbar1.
2- Now create a new folder and name it navbar
(So you should now have to folders in the Web Builder folder- navbar1 and navbar)

Now create a short cut to both on the desktop.

Here's how it works. When your building a website and are looking for that perfect pair of buttons- simply open the navbar1 folder and find what you are looking for (it is much easier now as the viewing window is larger!). Then copy and paste the button(s) you like into the navbar folder. Then go back to the BV Web Builder and when you click on style in the Menu properties PRESTO- the buttons you picked are the only ones present (besides the default BV one).

Hope you find this usefull!

Andy

vodafreak
04-30-2007, 05:51 PM
Thanks for that ingenious idea!! I was forever struggling (I have a slow comp so it takes a long time to load the list!!) :)
But it is as you said PRESTO! Thanx again

navaldesign
04-30-2007, 11:09 PM
Pretty good Andy, very smart!

Collectors-info
04-30-2007, 11:45 PM
Nice one Andy, I curse if I have to go in this area as it takes so long to load. This will realy speed things up.

LadyEye
05-01-2007, 12:30 AM
Excellent, thanks Andy, can't wait to do this ... perfect solution!!

great post!!

Andy128
05-01-2007, 02:16 AM
To all- I am glad that you like the idea- having a slow machine myself, it has helped me greatly.

Just one point to keep in mind. If in the future you download and install a newer version of BV or one that has some fixes in it- during the install process it will likely re-populate the navbar folder with all the gif's again. No worries though. If so, simply delete the navbar1 and then do the above described process over again. (And if you stored nav buttons you created in this folder- copy them before deletng)

*Confucius say -Always best to double check before deleting anything!

Cheers,
Andy