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How to Add Pages/Menu in SiteAssist Pro without overwriting edited pages.

Thread began 8/03/2009 5:38 pm by thomas380828 | Last modified 8/28/2009 2:44 pm by thomas380828 | 5840 views | 9 replies


I did that, but...

Originally Said By: Eric Mittman
  You can edit your existing SiteAssist site and add to the navigation without it overwriting your changes and customizations. I have just tried this myself to confirm the results. Just modify your existing SiteAssist site and in step 3 you can add in the additional pages.

To be sure that you don't break anything make sure to create a backup of your current SiteAssist site first, just in case.  

I editet one or two pages in my existing SiteAssist site and it changed all my pictures and texts back to "default" - that seems to be pure latin. I used the menu saying "Modify SiteAssist..." Is there another way?

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