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Thread began 4/02/2009 10:14 am by malc149810 | Last modified 4/04/2009 9:17 am by malc149810 | 2510 views | 3 replies


css menu writer links

Dear Tutti,

I've created a couple of templates (1 col and 2 col variants in english and spanish) but when previewing the pages in IE and Firefox, the buttons/navigation don't work - and this is part of what I want to test in previewing!

The files are in a folder on my C drive at the moment, but down a few layers; on inspection, the buttons were originally going to route directory (e.g. C:/Home etc) when I altered the links fields from "/home.htm" to "../home.htm" in an attempt to make them relative links, this didn't work either.

can someone tell me what I'm doing wrong and how to correct the navigation so that I can preview locally before uploading.

many thanks


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