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Adding pages to your site menu with powerCMS Templates

Thread began 6/04/2010 9:30 am by martin384871 | Last modified 6/24/2010 3:30 pm by martin384871 | 4511 views | 5 replies


Adding pages to your site menu with powerCMS Templates

Please disregard his post, I have had a helpful response on another thread Thank you.
I'm new to the Webassist stuff-I have CSS Menu Writer, Site Sculptor and CSS Sculptor. I want to include a horizontal navigation bar that my clients can edit via the built in Power CMS features that come with the Site Sculptor-but can't get it to happen. When I upload to testing server only the text areas like 'content' and 'sidebar' are editable. Is this possible or do I need to go back to Joomla...hope not! The Webassist stuff is so much easier for clients. My suspicion is that PowerCMS does not create new pages so looks like this would mean all bets are off. Can anyone help?

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