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Conteo
12-09-2006, 01:35 PM
I dont know anything about web design, but I'm trying.

I've downloaded a free template, and I am editing it, I have created to pages 'About Us' & ' Contact Us' and I have linked the buttons using the link tool at the bottom of dreamweaver.

But when I view it in the broswer, I can click one page, e.g. Contact Us, but I cant click another, so it wont go back. So I am limited to clicking one page at the moment, and I cant understand why.

I am using dreamweaver, in design view.

Thanks in advance

Excavator
12-09-2006, 03:45 PM
Hello Conteo,
Could be anything and we have no way of guessing.
It would be best if you uploaded it and gave us a link but if you can't do that then you must copy/paste your code in a message for us.

Conteo
12-09-2006, 03:59 PM
Hello Conteo,
Could be anything and we have no way of guessing.
It would be best if you uploaded it and gave us a link but if you can't do that then you must copy/paste your code in a message for us.

Sorry.

Here is a RAR containg the files.

Thanks

http://www.speedyshare.com/471660474.html

Conteo
12-09-2006, 05:11 PM
Latest one

http://www.speedyshare.com/815332435.html

Excavator
12-09-2006, 09:30 PM
All the buttons are linked to aboutus.html

<h2 class="sidelink menuheader"><a id="sitemenu"></a>Site menu:</h2>
<a class="sidelink" href="aboutus.html">About Us </a>
<span class="hide"> | </span>
<a class="sidelink" href="aboutus.html">Contact Us </a>
<span class="hide"> | </span>
<a class="sidelink" href="aboutus.html">Services </a>
<span class="hide"> | </span>
<a class="sidelink" href="aboutus.html">Links </a>
<span class="hide"> | </span>
<a class="sidelink" href="aboutus.html">Products </a>
<span class="hide"> | </span>
<a class="sidelink" href="index.html">Home</a>
<span class="hide"> | </span>
<a class="hide" href="#top" accesskey="1">Top of page</a>


Make it look like this instead:

<div id="sidebar">

<h2 class="sidelink menuheader"><a id="sitemenu"></a>Site menu:</h2>
<a class="sidelink" href="aboutus.html">About Us </a>
<span class="hide"> | </span>
<a class="sidelink" href="contactus.html">Contact Us </a>
<span class="hide"> | </span>
<a class="sidelink" href="services.html">Services </a>
<span class="hide"> | </span>
<a class="sidelink" href="Links.html">Links </a>
<span class="hide"> | </span>
<a class="sidelink" href="Products.html">Products </a>
<span class="hide"> | </span>
<a class="sidelink" href="index.html">Home</a>
<span class="hide"> | </span>
<a class="hide" href="#top" accesskey="1">Top of page</a>


Instead of having to goto each of those 6 pages to update your menu you could use a server side include to load your menu. That way you would be able to edit the menu once and it would show globally.
http://www.smartwebby.com/web_site_design/server_side_includes.asp



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