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Modifying Site Sculptor

Thread began 10/30/2011 7:26 am by john70964 | Last modified 11/02/2011 7:13 pm by john70964 | 891 views | 4 replies |

john70964

Modifying Site Sculptor

If I wish to change a menu item or add a new page etc it seems I have to
Open Webassist > buildSite > NewsiteSculptorSite.
Make the changes.

Then regenerate the complete site which will then have to be uploaded to the webserver.

It seems a long way round to change a link and I wonder if I have it correct?
Many thanks

John

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the site sculptor wizard is not re-enterant, you cannot edit the site once it is created using the wizard


you either need to recreate the site from scratch to add the new page, or add the new page manually and edit the menu.php file to add the link.

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john70964

Thanks Jason I understand.
Re:
"add the new page manually and edit the menu.php file to add the link"

Is there any more information how this is carried out please?

I can easily see the need to add new pages will be required.

Thanks

John

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

To create the new page, go to File -> New, select the page from template option, then select the Site Sculptor template.


you will then need to manually edit the menu.php file in the CSSMenuWriter/cssmw_home and cssmw_content folders to add a new <li> element with the link to the new page.

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john70964

Makes sense.

Many thanks

John

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