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|Include pages are fast, fun, and very easy to use. Each "include page" is an actual web page is "included" into another web page. Rather than editing the same information over and over, you edit each include page and the changes are seen on all pages of your site.
The include pages are located in the Includes Folder. Just double-click on the folder to view the pages inside.
The main navigation group can be found on the include_mainnav.htm page and is styled using a Definition List. The top words (Site Menu) is the Definition Term, while the links below are the Definition Descriptions containing the page links.
To edit a Definition Term, highlight the text link and replace it with your own.
To edit a Definition Description, highlight the text and select Hyperlink Properties from the menu. In this dialog box, add your new wording and link to the appropriate page.
To add a new link, place your cursor behind an existing link and hit enter. Use the style box - located next to the font list on your toolbar - and select "Definition" from the list. This will create a new definition description. Type in your text for the page name. Highlight this text and select Hyperlink Properties from the menu. In this dialog box, link to the appropriate page.
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Open the "include_logo.htm" page and edit the text. Check the code view and remove any paragraph tags (<P>) which will cause a small glitch in Firefox and Netscape browsers.
Open the "include_footer.htm" page and edit the text. Check the code view and remove any paragraph tags (<P>) which will cause a small glitch in Firefox and Netscape browsers.
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