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Access to Modify SiteAssist

Thread began 4/19/2012 4:31 am by Leysart Sàrl | Last modified 6/03/2013 12:52 pm by bobrossi315677 | 2012 views | 6 replies |

Leysart Sàrl

Access to Modify SiteAssist

Hello,

I have installed the supersuite.

I have created my site thrue menu : Webassist/Build Site/New Site Sculptor Site.

I now want to modify my site but the menu : Site/Modify SiteAssist Professionnal Site does not exist in my DW.

I have searched in all other menus to find sometihng similar but did not find any place to go back and modify my site.

Thanks for your help

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Site Sculptor is a site creation tool, it is not intended to manage the site once it has been created.

There is no option for modifying a site created by site sculptor, you would need to manually create any new page you wish to add to the site.

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bobrossi315677

Modifying the menus

So Jason, how do I modify the menus? In the Site Assist Pro this was easily done, then I upgrade and lose the feature? If I want to change the menu content how would I do this? Thanks.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

You can edit the menu on the Index page or the Templates/sitesculptor_template.dwt.php files using Menu Writer.

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bobrossi315677

Menu modification of home page and other pages in Site Sculpter

Don''t see it in the drop down when I bring up CSS Menu Writer does it somehow need to be saved as a preset or something?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

No, open the index page, select the menu and it should have an option in the property inspector to edit the menu.

if it is a html page, go to the DW Preferences panel, and in the invisible elements section, enable scripts. In design view, click the script icon net to the menu to trigger the edit option in the properties inspector.

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bobrossi315677

Thanks

Got it...I did this one as non-PHP and my PHP versions were showing up but this wasn't so thought I had that on. Thanks.

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