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I am using 'frames mode' in SellerDeck, but I want my navigation icons to be in a ...

I am using 'frames mode' in SellerDeck, but I want my navigation icons to be in a frame along the top of my browser window, rather than a frame down the side as per normal.

In order to have you navigation icons in a frame along the top of your screen (rather than down the left hand side) you have to put your catalogue into Frames mode and then
- edit the frame set template
- edit the template that lays out the navigation icons.

To edit the frame set template:
1. Go to Other Pages | Frame set in the grey Template Manager.
2. Replace COLS= with ROWS=
3. Close this template and go into Frame Nav Bar.
4. Remove <td valign=top> from just before NETQUOTEVAR:NAVGUIDE and the </td> from just after it.
5. Also remove the code <br> <br>.

We have to do this because, by default, all the navigation icons in a frame are laid out within one table cell, one underneath the other. What we are going to do is lay each navigation icon out within its own cell (connected horizontally) in the same way as the normal navigation bar.

6. Save and close this template and go into Main | Frame Navigation Item
7. Enclose the <A HREF></A> tag pair with <td> and </td>.
8. Remove the <BR> tag.
9. Preview your catalogue to see the result.
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