This is a common problem and may be a bug in some editors. Once the template is uploaded the links usually work properly. Here are some solutions.
After editing any one of the HTML pages the menu links (or page links) stop working.
Check the template in a web browser:
Do not use the built-in "preview" mode with your editor, instead use your web browser. Click here for details.
Try uploading your template:
There is an unusual bug in Internet Explorer that occurs when you edit any HTML page. Some menu links will stop working even though you have not edited the menu.js. Try either uploading to your hosting area and testing this or try testing in the Firefox browser or both.
Try a different web browser:
The Firefox browser is now the number two most popular browser so it is recommended that you download this browser for testing as well as for setup or checking links if needed. Click here to view the Firefox website.
HTM or HTML?
Are your pages called .htm or .html? Some editors may change the file extension and cause the pages not to work. You can either rename these pages or you can edit the "menu.js" with the exact proper page names.
Do not use spaces:
It is best to not use spaces in any file names on a website.
Check your filenames and menu code:
The menu or link and page name must match exactly letter for letter for the links to work. You can change page names to anything you like but they must match properly. Double check the menu link and file names.
This usually only occurs after you have uploaded. You links are not working on your website. Remember that hosting is case sensitive!! Once uploaded "About.htm" is not the same as "about.htm". Double check all your page names and menu or link code.
Link problems in Dreamweaver:
The "Live View" option in Dreamweaver may cause some link errors. Although you can view any individual template page using any of Dreamweaver's included features, webpage functions may not work as designed. For all template website previews it is best to use a web browser. See the preview in browser support page for more details.
PSD link problems:
PSD pages can also have link problems that will be solved once the template is uploaded or tested in a different browser. For PSD files please review the info above as the problem may be covered.