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Hi i make pages like about us,faq.... but didn't show how i make it show

thanks

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    You need to manually create a link to your created page. Here's how to do it: http://www.oxythemes.com/forums/topic/233-how-to-add-pages/?p=357

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    thanks my friend

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    but where i put the link exactly i don't know

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    On any template file where you want the link to appear.

    For example, if you want the link to display in the footer, then obviously you need to put the link code in footer.tpl

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    The pages are there if you created them, now you get to play web guru:

    Start by finding the full link to your two new pages. I usually find them and visit the new page(s) in a new browser window. You can visit the link(s) from the 'pages' editor.

    Figure out which menu you want the link(s) at then add the links, using the URLs you visited, to the template's navigation menu.

    I'd add a little comment to point out where the menu was modified and by who just in case someone else ever needs to work on it.

    The places I usually add menu buttons/links at is within either the header, footer, and/or sidebar templates. You can reach those via the template editor from the admin panel.

    If you'll pay close attention to the LI, span and closing tags then you'll find the css will make it all look right and you can set spacing there, too, if the menu gets crowded.

    I just did this over the weekend at http://www.WildWellEnt.com/

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