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Hi. I want to remove a page from the list of pages at the top in iWeb, and have it only linkable from a page I choose to post a link at.

I believe the way to do this is open the page in a text editor, and find any instances of the other pages, like, Enter, or MyMusicPage, and so on, and delete them.

I haven't been able to find this page name though, when I open the page.html, or page.js.

Can you tell me how to do this? Thanks so much!
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Actually you can do this with iWeb without problem. Just open the Page inspector and you will find the option you are looking for. I have uninstalled iWeb, so i can't attach a screenshot.

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Thank you mraya but are you sure? I have the page inspector open, and I see nothing which allows me to do this. Do you know what this function is called, from within Inspector?

Anyone else?
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http://docs.info.apple.com/article.h...n/bld1013.html

This link should be more helpful.
BTW, you need to have iWeb updated for this to work, the original version of iWeb (1.0) cannot do this, but the 1.1v can.

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Thanks! That worked great.
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