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Thread began 5/13/2010 4:48 pm by rochelle343865 | Last modified 5/21/2010 1:06 pm by rochelle343865 | 1116 views | 9 replies

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OK that helped somewhat. But what I discovered is that the web designer I hired to do some other work completely eliminated the WebAssist CSS and made his own. Instead of using Dreamweaver templates, he used a file in an include tag to call another file with the hard code of the menu. I am sending you my header.php and index.php files. My question to you now is: Can I create the WebAssist CSS menus in the header.php file? This way I can eliminate the hard coded CSS that he wrote on the header.php page. I made one attempt at this and I got some error message about needing to be in the body tag. I appreciate your help!

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