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How to add the menu to more pages

Thread began 8/23/2009 6:03 am by meisinga299277 | Last modified 8/24/2009 1:06 pm by Jimmy Wu | 899 views | 2 replies |


How to add the menu to more pages

Hi All

I made a menu and put it in the index page, now I like to add the same menu to different pages.

Do I have to make the whole menu over again in every page or is there an easier way?

Tx for the help

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Use a template?

Normally one would use a template - a feature in most software tools.
Otherwise get the page working as you wish and then name it as a template. Then simply copy this renaming as your required file for each file you need. Cumbersome but unless you hae a template system the only other method.

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Jimmy Wu

As Peter said, you could save the menu into a template page if the menu is going to be in the same location on every page and apply the template to the other pages, or you could save the menu contents and theme as presets when you make modifications to them. After clicking ok in the edit menu structure/theme windows, a popup should appear to ask you if you would like to save as a preset. In this case you can save as preset and then on your other pages you can apply the same menu by choosing the presets that you saved for structure and theme.

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