Using Custom Button and Banner Names and File Extensions

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Using Custom Button and Banner Names and File Extensions

By default, banners and navigation buttons use the page name. If you prefer, you can specify different names. If you have a long page name, you can break it into two lines. To specify custom page names in Site view:

  1. Select the page you want to work with.
  2. On the Page section of the Properties panel, click the Custom Names button.
  3. In the Custom Names dialog, type the custom names you want to use.
  • Navigation button. Appears on navigation buttons leading to this page. To add a second line of text, press Enter after the first line.
  • Banner. Appears in the page's banner. To add a second line of text, press Enter after the first line.
  • File extension. Page files usually have an .htm or .html extension. A page sometimes requires a different extension to function with specific server software. For example, pages for secure locations use the extension .shtml.

The extension you choose for this page overrides the extension you specify in Publish view. See Setting Up to Publish Locally.

  1. When you finish entering names, click OK.

You can also rename buttons and banners in Page view using the object's Properties panel. See Changing a Button's Name and Changing the Banner Text.