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    Default Nav Bar missing on one page

    I am very pleased at how quickly & easily I have been able to set up our website with Netobjects.

    However as I am developing the site, I find I have to spend a lot of time after making changes to crawl over all the pages as a couple of things seem to be changing on their own!

    The nav bar has disappeared a number of times on a single page, although the preview looks OK
    This seems to mainly affect the bikes or road bikes pages. To fix, I just delete the nav bar & add again.

    I don't want the individual bike pages to appear as a button on the main nav bar so I click exclude from navigation for these pages.
    To aid navigation back, I added a home nav button on each of these pages.
    These sometimes change from small secondary button to large button with blue text on transparent background, although again preview looks OK.
    To fix I change the button property to primary then back to secondary & it then publishes OK.
    This mainly seems to affect Giant Defy 1 blue or Giant Escape W mint pages

    site is www.mkcycles.co.uk

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    Looks fine to me. Did you get it fixed?

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    Is Ok at the moment, but what will happen is that I will make some amendments to one page & then after publishing will find I've lost a nav bar on another page or a couple of nav buttons have changed to a primary style.

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    Have you run re-optomize lately?

    From site view: Menu choice: Tools > Re-Optomize

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    Usually re-optimize every other time I publish.

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    delete the preview and local publish folder, then do a full local publish to test the site

    if all is well, upload the contents of the local publish with Filezilla (free) and much better than built in FTP, I never use it or trust it

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    Thanks for your responses. It does look like a NOF publish issue. I had 4 pages where the individual Home button had changed to primary. I republished 1 page & it fixed all 4 pages. I have used Filezilla before so I will use that in future.

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    Anytime you make a change that is global (i.e. appears on every pagee such as your nav bar or style) you need to clean up your files/folders and generate all pages as explained in this gotFusion tutorial; http://www.gotfusion.com/tutorials/tut.cfm?itemID=4029
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