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    I am new here to these forums, but not totally new to web design, I know some really basic stuff, but nothing too fancy. I have been just using Microsoft Frontpage lately, and I still can't figure out some things.

    Here is my old site, http://www.e-emotorsports.com/index2.php

    I own a performance shop and was trying to sell products, and have a bigh catalog on the left, but we are specializing now in custom products, so I know longer need the huge catolog. I am tired of the site, and need something new, but the problem I was having was that our first site I designed in Frontpage had a side bar with links, but when I added one link later, I needed it on all of the pages, so I would go through all 700+ pages to add it in, until a buddy of mine did the most recent site in PHP format, which I do not understand, but he told me I could convert my old files, and just add in the header and footer code to the the coding, and it would turn out how it did on the site. But I want to be able to make the site more simple kinda like my new one, www.e-emotorsports.com which I would do all in HTML so I could change stuff, but I want sidebars which I don't know how to do.

    Here is a site kind of what I would like to do, http://www.underground-motorsports.com/home.htm

    It's a buddy of mines shop, and I was wandering how a layout like this would be done. I don't want a site that is too complicate to add to, but I want to be able to have about 100 pages, and each page have the side bars, and the upper navigation bars, but if I add in another bar, I don't want to have to go through ever single page file and add in the code.

    What would anyone reccomend, I don't have alot of money to pay a designer to do the site, and upkeep of it. I learn very quick, and if someone has any solutions I very much appreciate the help. Sorry for the long thread

    Thank you for your help.

    Eric

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    Well, you could use photoshop and image ready to make your sidebars that way you dont have to code it, or you can use CSS.

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    driftjunke,
    If you are requesting a service, then I would recommend posting in the Request a Service section as well.

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