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Well, you need to make a new button with the new text and replace the old button. If you can't fit the new text into the same space as the old (depending on the design) then you will have up update the pages.
It really depends on how much of a change it is. Can you be more specific? Can you link to the working site and tell us which button you want to change and what the change is to be?
Not sure how to link but you can go to - dougamsbury.com
The button named Little Megan - I would like to just change the text to
-- Megan/Nathan. I an then just change the page it links.
As you can see I am really a novice at this and really appreciate any help.
You have two images to change.
http://dougamsbury.com/Bar/Untitled-2_r04_c2_f2.gif (the mouseover state) and
http://dougamsbury.com/Bar/Untitled-2_r04_c2.gif (the normal state).
Since the code for the page doesn't say anything about Megan, you won't have to change your page. What you will need to do, though, is create two new images with the same names as the old ones and upload them to the Bar folder on your Web site.
Er..um.... Right. So...you can either open the file that you originally made the nav bar with, edit the text and re-export that. Or... you can copy these two images and upload them to your site, putting them in the Bar folder:
One thing you might want to do is get a good book on HTML. It has much more of an arcane aura than it needs. I like this book (although I have the 5th edition):
HTML, XHTML, and CSS by Elizabeth Castro.
Learn what's in your pages. Make images with names that reflect what's in them (rather than something like Untitled-2_r04_c2) and it'll be easier to maintain your site when you want to.
Thanks for the help. I took the easy way out (for now) and uploaded your work. I would like to completely remake my site and will follow your advise on the book.
Thanks again -- I really appreciate that you would take the time to help a novice.
I'm just glad I guessed right at Times New Roman! :)