How about posting a link to your problem page? Answers are in your code, in all likelihood a bad path.
DW TEMPLATES are not ideally suited for sites over 50 pages. If your site has grown to over 100 pages, perhaps you should be thinking about using Server-Side Includes for site wide menus and other common page elements.
SSIs are much more convenient to edit, too, because you don't need to republish the entire site each time.
this is what I have been playing with today. Just test page. Am not going to waste time putting all my info in there again if it won't work.
If you look at the other pages at www.moberlymo.org you can see what it is SUPPOSED to look like.
The only thing I can think of that I changed on the template is I added an additional sub-menu to the spry menu bar. But if that was causing the problem, wouldn't it cause ALL the pages to loose formating since I updated all the pages and then uploaded them so they would have the new menu?
I will look into you suggestion. I kept thinking there had to be an easier way of doing this but I couldn't find it. I even posted on here once about an easier way to maintain the menu, perhaps I didn't phrase my question correctly.
It's a bad path:
This is URL to an actual page:
This is the link URL from test.html to parkrec.html.
Notice the /WWW in your links?
http://www.moberlymo.org/WWW/Parks/parkrec.html (404 Not Found on server)
Resolve the path and everything should work again. Did you say you were using Site Root relative links? Switch to document relative.
Also, you have a couple of orphaned tags in your test page.
Hope this helps,
Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!
One click of a button, it was sooo easy! I was seeing that WWW but I couldn't figure it out until you said "site relative".
Again, Thanks so much!!