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 Post subject: Edit ready made menu
PostPosted: Thu Mar 29, 2012 1:32 am 
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Hello,

My friend have www.easterna.org, in the site there are left menu for English and right menu in Arabic.

He want me to move some items in the menu up and others down and add new ..

When I did this easy through Sothink DHTML Menu, my main problem is when "Publish" :

1. I do not know which html file I have to edit.

2. In which line in the html file to "insert the code" ?

I tired to fix this .. so hope please please some one help me in this.

Thanks,

Bassem Fahmy


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 Post subject: Re: Edit ready made menu
PostPosted: Thu Mar 29, 2012 3:44 am 
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Bassemf wrote:
Hello,

My friend have http://www.easterna.org, in the site there are left menu for English and right menu in Arabic.

He want me to move some items in the menu up and others down and add new ..

When I did this easy through Sothink DHTML Menu, my main problem is when "Publish" :

1. I do not know which html file I have to edit.

2. In which line in the html file to "insert the code" ?

I tired to fix this .. so hope please please some one help me in this.

Thanks,

Bassem Fahmy

There are two methods used to "publish" menu code -- one is to insert the script code directly into each page that has the menu, and the other is to publish a js "include" file. The program help describes both -- that said, it seems that the method originally used for this site was to paste the menu code into each page. If you look at the html source code for the pages you will find the menu code.

I suggest you change methods and utilize the publish JS method -- that way in the future you will need only to republish the JS file once and replace it on the site server.

In any event the program Help files can guide you. . .


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