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    All finished, but would like to add a new page to a PHP template. Won't allow me to do so in the editor. Any suggestions?

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    Your link doesn't work.

    I found the site at www.skmonline.net

    I took a look at your code and it looks like you are using an addon for Dreamweaver and loading up an Office Word file? That right there is probably your problem. There are hundreds of commented out lines of code - makes it very hard to read.

    I believe you posted the question about adding pages in the PHP forum, which is in fact the more appropriate place for it.
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    Actually its a template that was downloaded and it came with a content manager. But there was no page in the content manager that was marked as a template. So browsed and found it but there was no CSS attached and was not able to edit it because the page I tried to add did not show up in the content manager.

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    Well, what content manager, what template - without specific data about what you're trying to edit it in we can't help much.
    In your code I found this:
    <link rel="stylesheet" media="all" type="text/css" href="sitesculptor_assets/content/css/content.css" />
    which is what led me to think you had used SiteSculptor to create the site.

    I also found this:
    <div id="footer"><strong>&copy; RAM Site Design</strong></div>

    I looked up Ram Site Design and found where you got the template from.This is a bit of a sketchy looking "design" company - it's offering fully custom 5-page sites for $400, and in their contract they're asking clients to submit content text on diskettes!

    I took a tour of their content manager and frankly I don't think much of it. I think if you want to edit that template you're going to have to learn some code.

    Post back here with as much detail as you can and we'll try to help.
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