From the Top Nav Bar I added a new page to the site and used
copy current page. Completed the page and Published it. All is
working fine but can I make the necessary changes to the Top Nav
Bar to include new page created? I am having difficulty finding out
how if you can at all.
Top Nav Bar:
Blah1 | Blah 2 | Blah 3 |
| Stuff 1 | \
| Stuff 2 | Side Nav Bar
| Stuff 3 | /
New page created is "Stuff 4", and is what I need to add to
the Top Nav Bar "Blah 3"
If you have to update the source of a page in Notebook can
you then update the source on your site with Contribute? If so what
are the procedures?
Hope this makes sense and appreciate your time and
You can't access the source code in Contribute. The whole
point is to keep Contribute users away from it :-)
So I guess the issue is that your site uses a Dreamweaver
template, and you've locked the Top Nav Bar away in an area that
can't be edited - so Contribute won't let you change it. Is that
If so, you could go back to the template and make the Top Nav
Bar code editable, and reapply the template to all your pages. Then
you can edit the Top Nav Bar code in each one.
Or, if that's going to present you with the annoyance of
having to make the same navigation change in every relevant page,
then you could use a tool like
automate the process. Basically, it means you'll only have to make
one change in one page (in this case, I assume the 'Home' page),
and the change appears on all pages.
However, siteNav expects to generate the HTML for the
navigation itself, so you won't be able to use it without having
new navigation code generated for you. Just tell siteNav which
links to include in the navigation (list them in a DIV), and then
style the output with fresh CSS.
You can then tell siteNav to include fresh links very easily
(or to change old ones) just by changing what's in the DIV with