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menu in site assist pro

Thread began 5/31/2009 3:55 am by vosky300533 | Last modified 6/04/2009 2:43 pm by Justin Nemeth | 1970 views | 3 replies |


menu in site assist pro

how do i get rid of those old fashioned buttons in site assist pro and just have plain text buttons. Im sure they were an option in site assist 3

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Which buttons are you referring to? Site Assist doesn't create forms, so are you referring to the navigation menu?

Do you have a url example of a page with buttons you want changed?

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Did this help? Tips are appreciated...


menu buttons, menu bar

hi Ray, I mean the menu buttons.
Template ' Corporate ' has plain flat text links, similar to the ones here on this page Im typing on now, the other templates all seem to have 3d style skinny ones that seem to be old fashioned.

In site assist you could select different styles of buttons but not in site assist pro or have i missed it....


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Justin Nemeth

In SiteAssist Pro, you specify the menus in the Add Layout wizard. Basically, you can choose the template (Sculptor or DW) and a menu for both the home page and the content pages. The main SiteAssist Pro wizard will then show your new preset in the list on step 2.

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