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john2sith
12-14-2006, 09:47 AM
Hello to all. I'm from Romania and I'm glad to participate on this forum. Like the same, I am new on this community and I have 2 questions:
1. How may I post to a thread without open a new thread?
2. Please, please, tell me how could I insert more pages in my website. I have for now homepage with more buttons. Every button i want to go my clients in the another page of my site. How can I do this? Please tell me if you know.
Thank you very much.
Bye, bye.

allstarfaces
12-14-2006, 09:52 AM
1. click replybottom left or just bottom of page

2.i would highly reccomend you go to the voda tutorial and give it a lot of veiwing, what you do is make a second page name it then save it as say secondpage then go and publish it a pop up box will appear and you just say yes

then you have to create a link to secondpage so it will be www.mysite.co/secondpage.html (http://www.mysite.co/secondpage.html) like that on your browser

john2sith
12-14-2006, 10:48 AM
Thank you for everything but may you tell me how can I create a link to secondpage?
And second page I'll be save separately than first page (example: my first page website: C://page1.bvp; second page: C://page2.bvp)
Please help me. Thank you again.

JSP
12-25-2006, 04:31 AM
This is correct. Each page you wish to have on your site will be a separate page built with BV. I would also recommend that you give each page a name that reflects the page content.

For example, your Home page should be called "index.bvp" and if your second page is an About Us page, then save it as "about_us.bvp"

This will make it much easier for you to keep track of your pages and will also show up better in the navigation bar and in the search engines.

Good Luck with your site.

John

Girlonthehill
12-25-2006, 04:57 AM
Just a note ... when saving your pages don't add .bvp or .html to the page names. Save as just index or about_us. BlueVoda automatically adds what is necessary and the page becomes html upon publishing.