I know a great way. Get rid of them.
There are equally good ways to do menus that use 10% as much code, and don't
break when you move or rename a linked file like these do. Further, your
site will be spidered unlike the links in your FW menus....
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"WoodWorx" <com> wrote in message
quite extensive. I'm placing the menu in Dreamweaver via the Insert > Image
Objects > Fireworks HTML. It works fine, but the resulting code is
ballooning the size of the Web page to an unacceptable level.
code or find a way to cut this Fireworks-created code and place it in a
Fireworks, so while I'm sure there's an easy workaround, the solution
Fireworks-generated popup menu?