How can I change my menu style or replace with buttons to my menu?

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Hello I want to know how can I change de style of my menu tu add coll buttons not just only the links. I dont matter if the buttons dosent change when my mouse is over it y just want that my meny links change a little bit.
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Robert

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I put a submenu on my home page http://tinyhotspot.synthasite.com/. It was hard to make the buttons though. If you need more info on that go to this thread http://getsatisfaction.com/SynthaSite.... That is the thread I studied to make my sub menu. I do not think you can change the the default menu or add buttons to it though. But you can add your own buttons and hide your pages so they are no longer in the navigation bar. But you would need to have buttons on every page for good navigation. I removed some of my submenu buttons for that reaon. The default navigation bar works better for visiters, and I do not want to add navigation buttons to every page anyway.
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The easiest program I have found for making buttons is Gimp 2. There is a create button for websites: buttons, headers, logos etc. Go to
http://gimp-win.sourceforge.net/stabl... and download.
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Mozky,

Robert has given you some good information. Do you have any further questions about this?
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Ok this clears my questions.
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Mozky

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I have been editing my page (www.mozky.synthasite.com)
and I add the buttons on the top of my page and delete all the link from my menu is there any way to erase the menu so I can use that space? or what can you recomend me for my page?
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You are not able to use that part of the page, I'm sorry.