Using NOF 2015. I am creating a new site from a template (Deco-Grey). I loaded the template in, and then began using it. I changed the Default page names like ABOUT or PRODUCTION to page names which made sense for my new design. All of the content for pages publishes fine. However, the template page names are being carried over as the published site structure. What used to be the ABOUT page has been renamed on my site to ORTHOPEDICS for example. On the published site however, the structure is /ABOUT/pagename.html rather than /ORTHOPEDICS/pagename.html . I can see in the <Code> listing where there are references to these old page names. I thought I'd be able to edit the code and change the names of the script and other references which are still pointing to the original names, but editing is not allowed here.
1) I would think with a tool such as NOF and the described circumstances I would not need any hand editing of the code to change the site structure, but is this what I need to do?
a) If so, is the code locked because I'm using this template and have not unlocked it fully someplace?
2) Or, does this sound like some quirky behavior that I have to live with. It makes navigation from Browser URL fields very confusing.
Thank You in advance.