how to create a page without tabs

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how to create a page without tabs
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safi ullah

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Hello Safi,

The default navigation you have on your site is visible on all of the pages of your site. It's not possible to have different pages with different elements of the navigation.

A workaround would be to remove all the pages from the navigation and create your own navigation links:

1. You can take your pages out of your navigation (click on the "Edit Navigation" button and drag the pages from "Pages in the Navigation" to "Pages out of the Navigation" - this will hide your default navigation).
2. Create your own page text links in a Text Widget and place them where you'd like this new navigation menu to show up. This can be done by adding text, highlighting it and clicking on the link button on the text toolbar and linking to the specific page on your site. You can then edit the text links using the text toolbar to appear the way you would like.

If you want to make your own buttons for a custom navigation, you will need to create the button, and then link it to the specific page on your site.
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So if we remove the pages from the left side to the right they no longer are displayed on our published site. And we can then link a button to the pages no longer viewed on our site right?
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That's the way to put it. BTW, freemoneylinks, as far has having to figure out exactly what we do and do not have control over in these sites, you are among fellows. I recently worked with another service - let's not say it's name - where the user had no control over navigation style (tabs vs. image links, etc). The options available with Yola are refreshing.

The drawback with all this control is that we actually have to decide what navigation style is best for our site. Using the search terms "navigation styles comparison" or "site navigation" shows a ton of ideas; most of them requiring no more than a picture, a table and a line or two of JavaScript.

safi ullah, thanks for bringing up this topic.
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Nathan, Champion

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Hello everyone. If you want to remove the navigation bar from one page of your site, just add this code to an HTML widget on the page that you don't want the navigation bar to be displayed:

<style type="text/css">
#menu {

Hope this helps!