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General Info: The ability to easily navigate around a website is very important to visitors. Because of these navigation requirements, clear and simple menus are one of the fundamental needs for a website. As a result, dozens of different types of me...
Add a New Menu: This feature is primarily for administrative purposes. The purpose of additional menus is to give the webmaster a convenient method to organize all the pages that have been created, without necessarily making these pages available ...
Editing a Menu: Menu settings are accessed by the “Menu Options” tab at the top of the webmaster page. To edit/rename a menu, select the desired menu with the drop-down box. Type the new name in the “A new name:” box and cl...
Deleting a Menu: Menu settings are accessed by the “Menu Options” tab at the top of the webmaster page. To delete a menu, select the desired menu with the drop-down box. Click the “Delete menu” checkbox and click the “...
Renaming a Menu: Menu settings are accessed by the “Menu Options” tab at the top of the webmaster page. To edit/rename a menu, select the desired menu with the drop-down box. Type the new name in the “A new name:” box and cli...
Configuring the Order of the Links in the Navigation Menu: Any link in the navigation menu can be moved by clicking to edit the link’s corresponding page and then clicking on the small red arrows at the bottom of the “Edit Subpage” box...
Display Submenu: A submenu is a list of menu items that reveals itself when a mouse rolls over a main menu. This is a handy feature for adding some organization to your menu choices. For example, you may have a main menu item entitled “About U...
Submenu Orientation: A submenu always looks as if it is coming from inside or close to the main menu (parent) item. However, you can choose to have the animation look as if the menu is moving away horizontally or vertically. Several factors, includi...
Move Submenu: The submenu can also be moved away from the main menu (parent) item by adding numbers to the “Move submenu (in pixels):” section of the Submenu Settings tab. By entering the number 10 in the “Up” box, for exampl...
Configuring a Menu Item: The text displayed on the navigation buttons is determined by the “Page Name” of the page the link is directed toward.  For example: When you create a website, your homepage has  the Page Name “Home...
External Links: Each menu item can also link to an external page (a page that is not on your website).  To do this, add a new page as you would normally. After the page has been added, click the “Other Settings” tab and notice the &...