Some links on your main
navigation may represent pages that function as
branching off points to groups of pages.
This section page includes a subnavigation bar
below the contact button for linking into and
between pages within a section of pages.
Changing Button and Banner
The names that appear on
navigation bar buttons and page banners are
dynamically generated by FrontPage based upon the
names that appear on the page icons in the
Navigation View flow chart. You can change
the names to suit your needs provided the names
are brief enough to fit on the button graphics.
To change the names on
navigation buttons and page banners:
|Switch to FrontPage
|Right click on the page
icon that represents the link you wish
|Type a new name|
|Right click in the blue
area, and selecting "Apply
It's easy to create new pages
and add them to the navigation bars. You can
expand the navigation bars to accommodate as many
pages as you need.
To add a page to the nav
|In navigation view, select
and open a page that exists on the same
level of the chart as the page you wish
|Save it as a new page.|
|Drag it onto the
Navigation View flow chart.|
|In the Navigation View,
rename the page to suit your needs.|
|Customize the content and
You can delete a page from your
navigation bar without deleting it from your web
by clicking on the page to highlight it in the
Navigation View, pressing the "delete"
button, and selecting "Remove this page from
all navigation bars." To delete the
page entirely, select that option instead.
Note that some elements elements
that occur on all pages of this site exist as
include pages. You can find these include
pages in the "includes" folder of this
web. Here are the include pages currently in
use on this web.
|Main Navigation Bar|
|SubNavigation bar for
section main pages|
|Subnavigation bar for
section child pages|