Once you have downloaded your template you will probably want to change the menu names or add and remove pages. The menu in AllWebCo templates is controlled by the "menu.js". You will want to edit this file in Notepad or a Simple Text editor. All Allwebco templates are setup this way or in a very similar fashion.
Changing Link Names:
Open the menu.js in Notepad and look for a line similar to one of the menu styles below. One part needs to be edited to change the button name. Change the code highlighted in red.
Menu Style #2: (Obsolete)
document.write('<img src="picts/spacer.gif" HEIGHT=5 WIDTH=15><a href="contact.htm">contact</a><br>');
Menu Style #1: (Obsolete)
document.write('<input type="submit" value="Contact" onmouseover="this.className=\'buttonon\'" onmouseout="this.className=\'button\'" class="button"><br>');
Adding a Link and a New Page:
Open the menu.js in Notepad and look for some lines similar to one of the styles below. Select the lines of code, choose "edit", "copy" then select somewhere below the lines and choose "paste". This will create a new link or button. Then, you will need to change the link or button name as well as the page name .htm code. In other words, every button or link has two parts to change after pasting. Change the code highlighted in red below. You can then either rename one of the current .htm pages or create a new page by copying and pasting a page similar to the one you want to use. Be sure the "page_name.htm" that you create and the button .htm code (in red below) match exactly. The web is case sensitive.
Removing a link or page:
Open the menu.js in Notepad and look for a group of lines similar to the ones above. Simply delete them. In Art gallery templates you will remove one line only. There may be problems removing the first or last link. It's best to replace those instead (see above) and delete a different link.
IMPORTANT NOTE FOR OLDER TEMPLATES:
If you have edited the very first link in the menu this may cause a problem because of the coding. You might get the wrong page to show up even though you have edited correctly. Look for the button name to have a <form action="page_name.htm"> before and a </form> after. These are called tags. Once a tag is opened it usually needs to be closed. Like this: <font color="green">some text</font>