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I would REALLY like to delete the text boxes that iWeb puts at the top of each page as website navigation links.

Because each page is called the same as those silly navigation links - eg. on my website, the page about my Thoracic aortic aneurysm goes to http://sarah.pollock.id.au/Thoracic_..._aneurysm.html. I'd like that page to just be /aneurysm.html. To do that, I need to get rid of the text box, and have my own links to the web pages.

Can anyone tell me how to delete the text in the text box??
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I've been trying to figure out the same thing.. Anyone else figure it out yet?

Regards - Randy in Minneapolis, MN
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I might have just figured it out...

Now I'm using a mouse rather than the touch-pad and am a new switcher so maybe I don't know any better - but - I just double-clicked on the text box, then right clicked and selected "Send to Back".. Viola!

Regards - Randy in Minneapolis, MN
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