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Thread began 6/10/2010 5:30 am by garry.rogers311167 | Last modified 6/11/2010 5:57 pm by garry.rogers311167 | 1817 views | 14 replies

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still getting error

thanks everyone for getting involved but I still get the same error message (do we know exactly what it means ?) I have had a look at the check box for hiding the page and it is un-checked.
also to confirm when I follow the instructions of the first reply where i go into 'edit content' of the menu i click the plus sign to add a page and it just puts one in the list (not giving me the option of static or dynamic as per the screen shot, dont know if this means anything.
2nd thing that seems wrong is in design view the nav-bar is out of line (hanging an inch or so to the left of the main site, but in live view looks ok) see attachment
Thank again




Originally Said By: neilo
  Hi Jimmy and Justin (Sorry Garry)

No, it's not the case that the home page link gets added unless you check a box for it not to be added. The attached image shows my precise settings.

So this does mean that unless you know that you have to add a Homepage as a child of 'Home Page' and add it while still in the GUI, it's goinf to be bothersome having to edit the code later on.

Also, please could you let me know how to change the menu (in the CSSMenuWriter GUI) so that it doesn't put a site-root relative forward slash at the beginning of each link? Every time I delete them Sculptor/menuwriter immediately puts them back in again.

Thanks

Also please would someone address post #4?  

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