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How to add sub pages 'dynamically'

Part A (inserting a "child level" menu bar into the "subpages_menu.htm")

1. Open up the "includes/subpages_menubar.htm"
2. select the menu bar
3. select CTRL-C to copy the menu bar
4. open up the "includes/subpages_menu.htm"
5. select the text: "Sub Link Bar Setup Instructions |  Link" on the "includes/subpages_menu.htm"
6. paste (CTRL-V) the menu
7. save the page
8. Continue on to Part B

Part B (setting up the child pages)
1. Locate the 'Parent Page' in your navigation window

2. Create, or drag the 'child' pages, from the 'folder list', and connect them to the parent page. The example below will help define the relationship between Parent (the "Home" page) and the child pages (Child page 1...)


Here are the detailed instructions:

HideCreate a navigation structure

  1. On the View menu, click Navigation, and do one or more of the following:

    HideAdd an existing page

    • In the Folder List, drag the page that you want to a location in the navigation structure.


      If the Folder List is hidden, on the View menu, click Folder List.

      If FrontPage won't add your page to Navigation view, that page already appears beneath the home page or a top-level page in the navigation structure. Each page can only appear once in the main navigation structure.

    HideAdd a new page under an existing page

    • In the navigation structure, right-click the existing page, point to New, and then click Page.

    HideMove a page

    • In the navigation structure, drag the page to another location within the structure.

    HideRemove a page

    • In the navigation structure, right-click the page, and then click Delete.
  2. To save your changes without switching views, right-click the document window background, and then click Apply Changes.