When i go on my website (not on synthasite the actually website) my page links are in a place I can't see them

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When i go on my website (not on synthasite the actually website) my page links are in a place I can't see them. if your want check for yourself.

http://sanatics.co.cc

http://sanatics.synthasite.com

Its like the part of your page where you post your widgets is here ________ (its white),

and my page links are here ***************. Do there both white so you cant see them and my widgets are over them so you cant link them. PLEASE fix this i'm extremely annoyed by this.
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I would check that your site does not contain viruses because my shield went up and blocked further use of your site. I wonder if you could have tech support look into it

That was the first time looking at a members site that it had happened

Hmmm
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could you tell me how to check my site for viruses.
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that would have to be something that Synthasite would have to check.

I wonder if my virus protection just saw something out of place with one of your features or maybe your use of the button up top which is stored on Cool texts site as odd.

It may or may not be anything but I have never seen a webite here do it before...
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Hi Abhijay,

Are you referring to the missing menu links at the top of the page? They are there, they've just been pushed down into the body of the page .

You can add as many pages to your site as you like. However, different styles support a different number of pages in the menu. If you use a style with horizontal navigation (with the menu along the top) after a certain number of pages the menu links will disappear or start running into the body region of the page. If you have many pages it is best to select a style with vertical navigation (with the menu down the side).

The other alternative is to divide your site into categories and create subpages. Here is a link to a tutorial that will explain how to do this: http://www.synthasite.com/tutorials/c...
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marje i know that they are there, I was wondering if you could maybe find a way to push it back up because i don't want to change the style
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Hi Abhijay - you could try and shorten the names of the menu tabs (eg, instead of Contact Me - use Contact). Or you can take a few menu tabs out and create subpages - there's more info on how to do that in the linked tutorial above.
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i like my website the way it is really.