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Posted by: web publishing Posted on: Feb 8th, 2014, 3:30am
I have a web site with 20 pages. All 20 pages have the same menu. When I add or delete a menu link I need to do it on all 20 pages. Is there a way to only make a menu change once and have it replicated on all other pages automatically?
Posted by: Support Staff Posted on: Feb 8th, 2014, 3:34am
Hi! Yes there are 2 ways
 
1) to use frames
(see the PDF Manual http://get-software.info/download/hpman_hr.zip or the Visual Manual http://www.catalog-software.net/catalog_builder_software/ )
 
2) to use a non visual feature,
a) first create a brand new page (you will insert the menu there)
b) go into each page that uses the menu
c) in place of the menu (e.g. left column of a table), use
Insert >HTML >Within text
d) in the gray window, press the transparent button on the bottom right "Insert text page", then visually select the page yopu created in (a)
3) click OK
This way, in the editor, you will see a small icon. With Publish >Browser preview you will see the actual page.


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