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Site Sculptor and Power CMS - Adding pages

Thread began 12/01/2010 9:02 am by mousework50137 | Last modified 12/01/2010 8:09 pm by Dani Chankhour | 1109 views | 1 replies |


Site Sculptor and Power CMS - Adding pages

I've had a quick flick through the forums and have a question regarding adding pages to a site.

I generated a SS site and designated some pages as templates.
I generated a new page but could see no way of adding this page to the sites navigation.

The help says you can create a link but I do not see this option anywhere.

I stumbled on a forum entry that said this was a error in SS, and that adding PowerCMS would allow this to be done.

My question is, if I implement PowerCMS and then add a page in will it update the menu for the site?

What I mean is I want an Events page that is the main heading in the menu bar, and I then want my customer to be able to add sub pages for each new event as it happens, with those events appearing in the sites navigation bar.


Hogs Night
Apple Fest
Charity Run

Is this possible?


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Dani Chankhour

Currently Site Sculptor Menu does not get updated if you added a new page using the CMS that came with Site Sculptor.

If you mark the page as a template, in the Site Sculptor wizard then you can add sub pages to that template, but you are still required to update the menu to reference the new sub page. Which you can do using Menu Writer or do it manually by modifying the menu.php file in the CSSMenuWriter folder.

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