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Net Objects Fusion MX and using PHP

Discussion in 'Web Design & Development' started by aussietaff, Feb 15, 2005.

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  1. aussietaff

    aussietaff Thread Starter

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    :confused: Hi
    I have created a website using a WYSIWYG called Net Obects Fusion MX. My problem is, I have installed PHP software called Linkmachine which is a great program as it takes over most of the work in getting Link Exchanges.
    However, as my Links page is now really a PHP page. I have not worked out, how I can create new web pages, because my Menu Navigation Page Links are in the Master Border on the Left side, and when I create a new page, these page links appear on every page, but if I upload a blank Links Page Template, it will remove all the links that I already have, and replace them with a blank. How can I manually edit the Page Link on the Links Page, is there a way of doing it on the server, perhaps with appropriate software. I really would appreciate some help or advice.
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    Aussietaff
     
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    aussietaff Thread Starter

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    I have just been advised by Support at Link Machine, that all I have to do is have NetObjects create the link page template in the same directory as the site's home page, rather than in the "html/" directory with the rest of the pages. This will allow LinkMachine to make the links in the template work correctly.

    Can anyone please tell me how to do this?
    Thanks
    Aussietaff
     
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