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Adding a sub menu in XsitePro

nates450r
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Adding a sub menu in XsitePro

I love using xsitepro its so easy for affiliates to get started with, any way
while listing to the past 2 webinars i was watching the questions box and saw mark talking about http://www.jadereviews.com

so i took a look- now this does not have anything to do as far as that site
but i noticed how the menu works.

all the main pages are listed on the nav menu when you click on a main page the sub menu appears on the nav menu under the main page you click.

i like this so i was wondering if i can do it using xsitepro????

Thanks,
Nate
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ampie g
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Hi Nate, yes you can add sub pages on Xsitepro. Just go to Web Pages then on the left sidebar, click on the page where you'd like the sub page to be added. Click Other then Add Sub Pages.
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jtoelle
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Using a sub menu is a good idea when you have a LOT of pages and need a simple navigation. For now I'm just using static links on my site http://www.jmereviews.com so g00gle can find my pages faster from the index page. But I suspect as my site grows I'll need to use a similar navigation like on Jades Reviews.
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jmpruitt
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setting up the subpages is what we call siloing a site. Mark has a a specific video on how to do it in Xsite Pro if you are an AB member.
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