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Editing menus after site created

Thread began 8/26/2009 1:13 am by lrawlins367093 | Last modified 9/23/2013 12:41 pm by lrawlins367093 | 1825 views | 6 replies


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I am using SiteAssist Pro 1.0.6. on a Mac OS 10.5.8, Dreamweaver CS4

I started with an existing site and created new new site using SiteAssist Pro. I simply do not remember which site settings I started with, but the layout is Texture and the design is Slate.

After much work I moved the old data to new pages as structured in the SAP control panel. As we all know when you finish a project you start to see a few things to be fixed.

I went to the Modify site and made the edits and made my changes on steps 3 and 4. When I commit to the changes and the screens stop twitching everything is messed up. I have tried it with all three options on step 5 all with the same results. All I want to do is change a couple of typos on the menus and delete two items from the footer of the pages.

Using CSS Menu Writer 2.02 the pages seem OK, but it places a new drop down menu at the top of the page.

What am I doing wrong and how can I manage this little bit of editing without witnessing a train wreck every time I try it?


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