"Insert Image" function in Firefox vs IE

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Hi, I was reporting "insert image" issues. when I used this function (in IE) I wasn't able to resize or delete the image, would have to delete entire page and start all over.
Well last night I downloaded firefox and have been using it for site builder and low and behold I'm able to move and delete even resize right on screen!! 1 question though, should I be able to access picknik using this function?
Looks like function (at least for me) isn't compatible with IE!
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Hi Rizan

You can access your Picnik through your file manager. You can also access Picnik directly, but you will not be able to save directly to Yola. You will need to save them to your computer then upload into your file manager.

I hope I answered your question, but if not, you know what to do! Give me a shout back. =)
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Huh....well lookie there.......
littleus, your amazing, love ya!
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Hi Rizan

Okay... this is how you make the vertical nav menu bar.

Step 1. You need to go into "edit menu" and drag all your pages out of "in menu" to "out menu". This hides the pages from the visitors.

Step 2. You need to use a button generator such as www.cooltext.com or http://www.htmlbasix.com/mouseoverima... For the sake of this tutorial, I will use my buttons as the example which I created with cooltext.

Step 3. Go to www.cooltext.com. They have tons of buttons that you can use and design. Once you've designed the button to your specifications, then download the buttons to your computer. Don't close the cooltext yet though. Then, copy the code they gave you (highlight and CTRL + C). Still don't close the cooltext cuz you can come back and reuse the button to create another one.

Step 4. Open up your site builder, drag your html widget over to where you want your nav bar. Paste the code you copied. Now.. you'll have to alter the code a bit to make sure it includes your images and if you want a link. Remember how you hid your pages? You'll need to create a link so that people can access them. So, this is an example of how you should alter your code. Replace all the caps with your info:
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littleus, thank so much, so sweet of you to take the time to do this. Looks like my homework never stops!