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1. Re: unwanted mail (Scott Anderson)
2. navigation links (kthomas)
3. Re: navigation links (Al Mac)
Date: Wed, 6 Nov 2002 10:05:45 -0600
From: Scott Anderson <email@example.com>
To: "MHowell436@aol.com" <Manila-Newbies@userland.com>
Subject: Re: unwanted mail
Because you, like myself, have forgotten how to unsubscribe.
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Why do I keep getting this mail???
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Date: Wed, 6 Nov 2002 12:42:53 -0600
Subject: navigation links
From: kthomas <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I want to edit my nav links. I have a client who wants to add a LOT of
nav. links and we really need to create headers between the links. I'd
like to keep everything in the "Perfs-advanced-XML navigation box". The
tag below will get me a header but I was wondering if it were possible
to apply a style or a simple bold <.b> tag to the item name. Maybe I
need a totally different tag.
<.item name="Alpha's Places" pagename="" />
oh, I'd rather not go to a graphic for menu items as I'm lazy, doing
this for almost nothing, and the items are sure to change. Any help is
Date: Wed, 06 Nov 2002 13:48:24 -0600
From: Al Mac <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: navigation links
You sound like you MIGHT be like me.
I want my stuff to look nice, but I do not want to do a lot of work
massaging my links.
I want to figure out how to do stuff that I can then show other people
without inflicting on them as large a learning curve as I went through
If you can identify with my attitude, then you might want to take a look at
what www.blogrolling.com does for you, which I discussed in my Radio Weblog
I have not yet succeeded in accessing www.upsaid.com which I mentioned in a
My understanding is that the www.blogrolling.com will work on just about
any weblogging software, Manila or Radio or any other Blog Software
You do not need to edit your nav links.
You get a nice interface that adds them as easily as you add favorite
bookmarks to your browser, once you have copied their code. This is a free
>I want to edit my nav links. I have a client who wants to add a LOT of
>nav. links and we really need to create headers between the links. I'd
>like to keep everything in the "Perfs-advanced-XML navigation box". The
>tag below will get me a header but I was wondering if it were possible to
>apply a style or a simple bold <.b> tag to the item name. Maybe I need a
>totally different tag.
> <.item name="Alpha's Places" pagename="" />
>oh, I'd rather not go to a graphic for menu items as I'm lazy, doing this
>for almost nothing, and the items are sure to change. Any help is
Al Macintyre (firstname.lastname@example.org via Eudora)
Al's diary http://radio.weblogs.com/0107846/
Cure cancer. http://members.ud.com/about/
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