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It seems that every page I create can only be a primary page - I would like to have sub-pages on my website. Mind you I am new to the Mac and iWeb and I have done a fair amount of web-work using Front-Page.. I would really like to use this iWeb and not have to spring a small fortune for Dreamweaver..

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

I am using a Macbook Pro with Leopard and iWeb-08 (came with it)

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....Anyone have any words of wisdom on this subject?

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I have been trying to figure out the same thing. If anyone has any idea whether this is even possible, please post! Thanks!
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Create your "sub" page as a regular page.

Go to inspector tab2, page properties. UnCheck "include this page in navigation"

Then create a image or button to be a link, put it on the page you want to be the main page, click it, hyperlink it to the page that you didn't include on the nav menu.
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Create your "sub" page as a regular page.

Go to inspector tab2, page properties. UnCheck "include this page in navigation"

Then create a image or button to be a link, put it on the page you want to be the main page, click it, hyperlink it to the page that you didn't include on the nav menu.
PERFECT! - Thank you... Sometimes these things just are not that obvious or intuitive.. I appreciate the hand!!!

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