Good question... I dunno what is the right answer. I'll do some research and get back to you if I find an useful answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could answer your iPage question..
Well crap. I have played around with it and I can't even get it to work. that is a nice program but it lacks information on how to set it up so you can use it...
I had tried putting the remaining code that's shown in my last post into the body of the html page but it still doesn't work. I had even put the code on a blank basic html page to see if it would work but it still doesn't. I don't know why it won't, but I'm still looking at it and trying to see what I did wrong on it.
Scoutt, On that program you have to make sure that small pop up box doesn't get too high because it gets in the way to click on the buttons. But you can toggle between it by clicking on the script icon in the upper right corner. Step 1 is using the button "Create Global Parameters" and the buttons below it: "menu general", "item font", "item general", "child menu", "image", "display", "hide menu", NS specific" and "frameset" are all used for the Global parameters button. Step 2 is using the "Create/Customize Menus" and the buttons below it: "override parameter" and "menu item array elements" are used for the customize menus button. Also when you click on the "menu item array elements" after you've entered the info you have to click on "set item" and if it has a child menu then there will be a button next to it saying "edit child menu" so click on that to edit the child menu elements and when your done editing the child menu for that one item click on the "edit parent menu" so you can return to the previous state and continue building the parent menu. Also if you hold your mouse over the buttons it will tell you what they're for, but if you click on the ? icon on the upper right corner it will turn that tool tip off so don't click on the ? ok.
Also the buttons near the area where it shows the codes are the buttons that show just that specific section of the code, what ever the title of the button is. And when your done using the program you can click the "copy to clipboard" button and it will copy ALL of it, so click on your windows button on your keyboard to exit out of the full window mode and open up notepad or something and paste it in that and save it. THEN Close it, I made the mistake of closing then pasting and it turned out it didn't copy so I had to do it all over again.
Hope that helps you a little in how to use the that tool.
Thank you both for replying to my question, but like I said somewhere it that mess up there that I'll just keep looking for what I did wrong. But of course I'll still take more suggestions on how to figure this code out.
Thanks again for replying..
I'd suggest just grabbing a already existing working version, at.
It will plug in and go, which will save you a lot of time...
Thanks Shayla_Jade, but I did all of it and made my own and still couldn't get it to work. I had all the code in notepad and just tried to make a plain html page and it still wouldn't work..
Who knows, but I agree witht the doc, get another one before you rack your brain on that too much,..
Thanks Dr.Web for the link.
Thank you all for your help on this..