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    Default Re: Using the Auto-Menu System (Menu-Bars)

    Hi all,
    My question is about the menu; if I have many pages of products how do I link them without using submenu? I would like to have underlined page numbers at the bottom of the page so customer can flip around.
    Is this possible? If not, how can I do it without having too many submenu pages??
    Thanks
    lizbeth

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    Default Re: Using the Auto-Menu System (Menu-Bars)

    You would have to make them all top level pages, and then choose the option in the navigation menu to put them in the footer.

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    Red face Re: Using the Auto-Menu System (Menu-Bars)

    Hi Karen,
    I am completely at a loss as to what you mean by top level page; and are the directions about the footer in the video? I missed it if so.
    Can you be more detailed for me?
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    Default Re: Using the Auto-Menu System (Menu-Bars)

    See above.. Where it says MAIN.. thats a top level page! Sub pages are ones you put below the MAIN. Those will show up in the footer as text links if you choose that option. There is no way to EDIT the dynamic page content unless you manually put them in each page you want them to display. There are dynamic menus I believe you can purchase that POP out or FLYOUT the sub pages from the menu navigation, or templates that have them installed.

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    Red face Re: Using the Auto-Menu System (Menu-Bars)

    Hi dear Karen,I need to make sub pages with its own menu-system. I would like to use the same template as top page . It is to organaze different products by directing to the sub pages with new auto-menu system. I dont find any thing like insert menu when I edit new page.Would you please help?BR/

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