Including elements on pages
You can place common elements such as logos, navigation buttons, copyright
information on every page of a site. With Web Page Maker's "include" option, the
elements can be shared by more than one page. When the information changes, it
can be automatically updated on all pages in your project.
You can create an object, position it on the page where you want it, and then set it to
be included on any or all other pages in the project. An include object will be added to
every page you designate in exactly the same location and with the same attributes as
the original object. Then, any moves, transformations, or edits to the object on any
page will automatically be applied to it on every page to which it has been included.
Among the benefits of the include option are the following:
You can create a single navigation bar and include it on all your pages. If you
need to add or modify it in any way, it will automatically change on all pages in
You can create common elements that can be shared by more than one page,
such as logos, contact information, copyright, etc.
You can create a web page template by including the common elements to
ensure that every page is identical.
If you have finished a website, but want to add a new object to all pages on the
entire site, simply use the include on featuer.
Include option is enabled only in projects with more than one page.
To include an element on all pages:
Add an element on a page, right click on it then "Include on all pages".
You can also use the Include On dialog box to include a selected
object on all pages or specific pages of your project.