Editing the Menu with SynthaSite

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I want to create main pages and sub pages for my site. How do I do this?
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Monique, VP of Customer Support

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Right now SynthaSite only offers one level of navigation in the menu. Some of our users have requested sub menus and we are looking into the possibility of adding this feature.

Right now here is my best suggestion:

1)Create all your main pages and the sub pages you want to add under them.
2)Go to "Edit Menu" and drag all your sub pages out of the menu so that they do not appear in the navigation bar (you can also use Edit Menu to shuffle the order of your pages)
3) On your main pages add hyperlinks to your sub pages. You do this by typing and selecting your link text and then click on "insert link" on the text editing toolbar (you will find it roughly in the middle of the toolbar between the "font highlight" and "insert image" icons.)
4) A links editor will open up that will allow you to browse for and link to the subpage you want
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des

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it is cool
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Wesley Clouden

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ok I understand all this Im a Mobile Media Content Producer
I work with client's like Ryan Leslie of Next Selection,
Nikki Jean, but.

the main thing is time. My Content firm I run strive on time
Eg you tool set is there but that simple feature that can be in
the script of the ide should of been there out { OFB }

The No Nerd needed formula is what brings in users
lik what you lack in. The @ WIX Come hard with there
to delivery something that non by short makes it rock's
the every on that in that market. you all are in a good
direction with the Wiget set's but that basic is key out of the
Gates.

By:Wesley Clouden
Mobile Media Content Prouder
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Wesley Clouden

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ok I understand all this Im a Mobile Media Content Producer
I work with client's like Ryan Leslie of Next Selection,
Nikki Jean, but.

the main thing is time. My Content firm I run strive on time
Eg you tool set is there but that simple feature that can be in
the script of the ide should of been there out { OFB }

The No Nerd needed formula is what brings in users
lik what you lack in. The @ WIX Come hard with there
to delivery something that non by short makes it rock's
the every on that in that market. you all are in a good
direction with the Wiget set's but that basic is key out of the
Gates.

By:Wesley Clouden
Mobile Media Content Prouder
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swamy

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PLS HELP
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Monique, VP of Customer Support

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Hi swamy. What do you need help with? Let us know and we will do our best!
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peikko

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Is there a way to make the internal links work using embedded html? I have tried creating new pages with the file names used in my internal links (copied the code from my current site), but when following the links in preview, these pages can't be found. I can't see the suffix of the file names (.htm/.html) anywhere, could this be the problem?

Also, I can't make images appear using HTML, even though I have uploaded the image.

(The html I've copied works fine on my current site).
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peikko

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Well, I solved the first part myself: the suffix is .php, putting this in the html-code works :)

Still hoping for an answer about how to get the images visible.
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Monique, VP of Customer Support

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Hi Peikko
Glad you figured the part out.
Embedding images with HTML: the image URL is your site URL followed by:

/resources/yourfilename.jpg

Hopefully that gives you enough information to embed your images with HTML. If not, please get back to me.
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BOB

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Having this feature would add great value to the site. Thanks for your efforts.
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Robert

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Thanks Monique and everyone who added to this discussion. I was able to add submenu buttons to my site by watching this thread for help.The hardest part was making the buttons.Look what we did! http://tinyhotspot.synthasite.com/ Now I have "Hot" buttons and a submenu.
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You did great!