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Sub Sub Pages? is it possible

Discussion in 'Sitebuilder 4.0 for Windows' started by m.r.davies, Nov 23, 2007.

  1. m.r.davies

    m.r.davies Guest

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    Hi

    Is it possible to have sub pages of a sub page? (3 levels deep)
    e.g.

    Home
    ___Services
    _____Service1
    _____Service2

    if not, are there any plans too?



    Thanks
     
  2. Dmitry Frantsev

    Dmitry Frantsev Golden Pleskian

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    From release notes for latest Sitebuilder version we can see that:
    Maximal number of page levels on sites is 2.
    I am passing this request to Sitebuilder development team and probably this feature will be added into next Sitebuilder versions. Can not say exactly when.
     
  3. Alex Klimov

    Alex Klimov Guest

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    Yes, we have plans to support such map structure in the future versions. The main current problem - current template format allows only 2-level navigation stucture (it allows to define TopMenu and SubMenu). So we need somehow change current template format (with backward compatibility, of course). We have some ideas how it can be done, however if you have any suggestions or requests - they would be greatly appreciated.
     
  4. snyhof

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    While we like many advanced features as developers/designers, I see SB as a simple design interface and the reason I love it for many of my clients who have a hard time understanding the most simplest things. Therefore, these types of requests I hope the SB teams looks carefully at. Either an administration option, a truly simple addition, or a different system, ie. "SB advanced".

    No offense m.r.davies.
     
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