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Menu Writer: Current state <a> link assigning page as current

Thread began 12/12/2009 12:15 pm by elspeth383646 | Last modified 12/14/2009 1:40 pm by Jimmy Wu | 693 views | 1 replies |


Menu Writer: Current state <a> link assigning page as current

I am in the learning phase of Web Assist and it has been a great help to efficiently and very effectively code my simple websites. However, try as I might I CANNOT get the 'Current' state to work in MenuWriter. I have tried countless times but can't figure out what I'm doing wrong. There is nothing in the 'Getting Started Guide' to help - leaves out quite a bit of detail this does. When I get to the Design tab and click the 'Current' tab within it I select top page only. Then when click 'Finish' at the end all I get is the 'hover' state working but no current state to indicate the page the User is on. Where oh where am I going wrong? Sorry to be so whingy but I'm quite frustrated and want to get on. Please help - it's driving me nuts : (

Thanks so much for any help you can provide ...

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Jimmy Wu

Have you set up the links in the menu items? The current page is determined by the links that are specified for each menu item. Could you send me a link to a page where I can take a look at the current menu you have set up?

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