To fill the gap and help web designers get the features they desire, a number of companies now create Dreamweaver extensions that, you guessed it, extend the options in Dreamweaver, adding new panels, menu items, and more.
Here’s how to add slideshows, drop-down menus, & other interactive features using Dreamweaver CC
- Project Seven: Sells Dreamweaver templates and extensions, including Image Gallery Magic 2, Image Rotator Magic, and Pop Menu Magic 3, which you can use to create advanced drop-down menus in Dreamweaver pages.
- Extend Studio: Sells Dreamweaver templates and extensions, including the jQuery PowerSlider, jQuery XPOSE Gallery, and jQuery Slideshow Plus.
- WebAssist: Sells Web Apps and Dreamweaver extensions, including an advanced shopping cart called eCart, and the sophisticated Design Extender for creating complex layouts.
- DMX Zone: Sells Dreamweaver templates and extensions, including the Sliding PayPal Shopping Cart, and the DMX Zone Nivo Slider.