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Problems with CSS MenuWriter in SiteAssist Pro

Thread began 2/10/2010 1:30 am by markymark44 | Last modified 2/10/2010 2:22 pm by Eric Mittman | 784 views | 1 replies |

markymark44

Problems with CSS MenuWriter in SiteAssist Pro

I created a site with Site Assist and used the MidniteOasis Template as a base template...after I created the site I realized some of the links on the nav bar were screwy and tried to edit back in Css MenuWriter to no avail...when I tried to make a new one and insert it the bar went all awry.

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Eric Mittman

You will not be able to edit the menu after the fact because of the way it is organized. If you just want to update the links in the menu you should do so directly from within the menu.php file for the home or content page.

If you want to change some of the overall styling of the menu you will need to make those changes in CSS Menu Writer for a preset, then you will need to incorporate the new menu in new SiteAssist Pro layout.

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