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Navigation link bar issue

Navigation link bar issue

Navigation link bar issue


I build a page for my kid soccer team with MS Frontpage.
On the navigation link on the left side, I listed all the pages related to this web site. You need to go at the web site to see what I mean....
You can see: http://yousports.ca/celtix/
Album Photos
Photos (This line I have issue to read on the web)
Tournoi Golf ( This line I have issue as well)

These 2 lines got build the same way as the others.
When you are in Frontpage on the TOP you have a tab named Web Site and at the bottom you have Navigation from this tab you can just right-click and add another page.

I don't understand why we can't read it on the web.
Any Idea on how to fix that ?


RE: Navigation link bar issue

Your web page cannot find the image "_derived/tournoi_golf.htm_cmp_sky010_vbtn.gif". (I can't find it either).

You need to make sure that it has been uploaded to your site.

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RE: Navigation link bar issue

Thanks Greg,

That was Quick !!!!
I give you a Star

Thanks again !!

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