Moving pages

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Moving pages
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Hi post49online,

I'd love to help you, but I'm not sure what you mean. Can you give me some more detail, or a link to somewhere that shows the feature you are after?
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Ruth, I am new to Synthasite, i have created a website, and quite a few pages, so i want to put them in to an order or index?
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Hi post49online,

You can order the pages by clicking on the "Edit Menu" button

You can shift the order in which they appear by dragging them vertically with your mouse.

If you have a lot of pages, you may wish to consider creating sub-pages.
You can avoid having too many pages in your main menu by dividing your site up in to categories and creating sub-pages. Here is a quick overview on how to do this:
1. Create the pages you need. When you create the page untick the "include in menu" box so that these pages won't be automatically added into your main navigation menu.
2. Now that you have your content, you need to link it all up. You can create the links using the text editor widget.
- drag a text widget onto your page and click to edit it.
- Type the text which you want to link to the sub-page.
- Highlight the text, and from the text editor tool bar, click the link button (10th from the left next to the image button).
- Click on the "..." button next to "page". It should give you a list of all the pages you have just created.
- Choose the relevant page and click "OK" and you will have a link to this page.

If you didn't untick the "include in menu" box and would like to take them out of the menu, simply click on "Edit menu" and drag-and-drop the pages you don't want in the menu into the panel on the right hand side. Do the opposite to include them in the menu again.

For detailed instructions and a working example, please click on the following link: http://www.synthasite.com/tutorials/c...
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Thanks for the idea, Ruth. I just stashed my request form as a 1 liner under my contact info... 1 less step for the viewer, 1 less page jamming up my heading bar, and it's there with my e-mail and phone #. Nice.
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Glad to hear it worked for you!