How do you edit/modify a page that is not in navigation window?

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I have pages that I only want as links such as privacy policy. I add the page but in order to get to it to add content I have to put it on the menu. I then take it off , but in the future what if I want to edit it - do I always have to add it on and then take it off.

I am either missing something and couldn't find if I am doing something wrong, but if you cannot get to a page to edit it if not on a navigation menu - that is really not user friendly.
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Karen

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diane

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Hi, Karen,

In the Sitebuilder, there is a drop-down menu on the left next to the green Publish to Web button. This is a list of the pages in your site including those that are not in the navigation. Click on the arrow to drop down the list and then click on the page you want. Please let us know if you have any trouble with this.
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Thank you Diane - I found it right after I sent this - was having a blonde moment for sure. I had been looking at this all day and entering information and it was like I knew something had to be there and then jumped out at me.

Thank you so much for the reply. This is a very cool product. I have used many other products, but really like the flexibility of allowing additional html and other widgets you have.

I look forward to finishing and taking the site live in the next week or so.
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Nazlie

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 Hi Karen

Happy to hear that you found the solution right away - we all have moments of blankness once in a while ;)

Thanks so much for your praises.  It's wonderful to hear that you like the Yola Sitebuilder and the flexibility of the widgets.

Good luck with finishing your site.  We would love you to share it on our Facebook page or this forum thread: Let's shout out and share our sites!


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