Pages in this Section
Thank you for your last response,
When I go to a page that is a Child of my home(default) page, the 'Pages in this Section' shows the page and a child of the page- but it also shows other child pages of home. Can the other child pages of home not be included.
Posted at 1:52 PM on April 8, 2011
This would required a customization of the _ListNav include for your site. If you have web development skills, I can provide you with a local copy of that include script which you can customize. EditMe also provides development services if you'd like this change made for you. If that's of interest, contact Sales with your request for a quote.
Posted at 3:48 PM on April 8, 2011
I can't afford web development services. My skills go as far as putting include List Nav, NavTree... in the menu editor. Dumb question, but can a page be a direct child of Menu without being part of the horizontal menu bar?
Also, in the Email form from your help doc, will I be able to use different Email addresses on different pages without having web development skills
Posted at 11:43 PM on April 8, 2011
If you mark a page as "Hidden" on the Advanced tab of the editing screen, it won't be shown in the navigation. You can also just not have the page be a child of Menu if you don't want it to show there. There isn't much use in it being a child if you don't want it shown there.
Regarding the Email form, you can change the _to field of the form to point to the login name of any user on your site and the email will be sent to the address associated with that user.
Posted at 8:45 AM on April 11, 2011
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