Welcome to the second installment of our SiteMaker Basics Tutorials where we will show you how to Edit your Menus.

Menus can be repositioned through Page Master as explained in ‘SiteMaker: The Basics… 1. Adding your Site Name’.

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Now that you have settled on a new position for you menu, you may wish to rename the ‘tabs’ so that they relate to the type of website you are trying to create.

Click Pages on your editing toolbar and the ‘Page Management’ menu will appear on the left of your screen. Select Organise your pages.

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‘Add and organise pages’ will appear. This dialog box will allow you to amend your page names, add a new page and also hide your pages.

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In this example, I have renamed my pages and clicked Apply when finished.

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Your new tab names will be displayed

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If you wish to change the colour of your menu tabs, select Design from the toolbar and then Menu on the left side of the screen.

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Select Button Colour from the ‘Item’ option.

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You can now select your desired colours under the ‘Parent’ section. The first colour box will define the colour of your tabs when they are not selected. The second colour box defines the colour of a selected tab. You can test how this will look by moving your mouse over ‘Example’. Click Apply when you have finished.

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Your menu tabs will now be updated.

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We will be continuing with our SiteMaker Basics Tutorials over the coming weeks, look out for our next installments:

Still to come we will show you how to insert text, images, audio and video into your SiteMaker website – Don’t miss out!