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help with page structure

Thread began 12/07/2009 12:15 pm by rmhorrigan395495 | Last modified 12/07/2009 1:02 pm by rmhorrigan395495 | 1231 views | 2 replies


help with page structure

I am a bit confused by the page structure I'm working with using SAP layout "Layer", design "nautica".

When clicking the navigation tabs in a browser, the options show out to the right as they should. (see attached screenshot)
However, I want to click on those middle options "3D glasses" and "transmitters", which would then each have two sub-pages. That does happen in live view, but I can't seem to find a way to actually get to that page from within Dreamweaver. I've attached a shot of my DW file structure as well. I want to edit both "3D glasses" and "transmitters", but I just don't see how.

Please help me fix this. (I will be back in approx 1/2 hour to check in)
Thank you

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