I am creating a new website for work and just added a menu bar on the main page. After a lot of trial and error, I pretty much have it looking the way I want. However, on the subsequent pages, I want to add menu bars with an extra button called 'home'. When I do that on the other page, it knocks the menu down to 2 lines. I'm afraid that if I adjust the style in the subsequent page, the changes will be made to the main page, which I do not want. Is there a way to create a separate style sheet for the menu bar or better yet, adjust the menu on a specific page without it affecting the other pages?
You could create a copy of the stylesheet for the menubar, rename it, and have the homepage reference that one; while having the subsequent pages reference the original (or vice versa). Then alter the separate stylesheets as you see fit.
Link the Company logo to your Home Page. No extra button required.
Horizontal menu bars require a lot of extra wiggle room and planning. If one extra button is going to damage your layout, you better test your pages with increased text sizes (zoom, text only) ctrl+++ to be sure the page is holding up with/without extra buttons. Sometimes, it's best to plan on having 2 rows of horizontal links for people who require larger text.