quote Zeebe" @Mathew mentioned, you NEED an anchor stack for it to work."
GARY: Well, I thought I was putting the Joe Workman Anchor stack in there as instructed. But maybe not. Their instruction video for that old stack is outdated and I can’t tell much about it. Seems straightforward though. I have asked them about it.
GARY: Evidence seems to be there is some problem with my use of the Anchor stack.
Matthew: "as @Mathew mentioned, you NEED an anchor stack for it to work.
GARY:Thought I had one.
GARY: Yeah, exactly, that’s what I thought.
GARY: OK, that’s the form I will use.
Gary: Well by putting the anchor “above the header” I mean I pull in the anchor stack right above the header stack. I have no idea how this looks on the page of code. BUT–if you were looking at my published site, you are right, there is no anchor there. I returned it to the way it was, with the “clinics” link just linking to the Links page, via the RW link box. I did not want to have the screwed up link on the published page. I only meant to show where it was supposed to go, not where it had gone, on the published site. If necessary, I will make a test area on the published site and try this that you can then look at. Sorry about that confusion.
NOW, COULD THIS BE THE PROBLEM?
I think I may have found the problem or at least A problem. I have 3 pages. Looking at the page inspectors, I see for the Home Page (menu=Home), no browser title, no folder and filename = index.html. For the menu=Links page, I see no browser title, folder = page 2 and filename index.html, on the third and last page (menu = Tips) I see no browser title, folder “page0”, filename index.html. Now what I THOUGHT i was doing was setting up this site with no folders and just coming out of Home/. So, you would have, on your breadcrumb, Home/, then Home/Links, then Home/Tips. And that, btw, is what the breadcrumb says. But the page inspector says differently. So, have I fucked up the General Settings and should I change them, then republish? No folder, just filename? Or just / instead of folder? What may be happening is that I am telling the Link to look for “Links” but it is actually looking for “page2”?
OK – I just looked at my other site, televisionadvertising.com . Going through the General Settings for that site, I see a different browser title for each page, the symbol “/” (without the quotes) for folder, a filename that is actually a filename, such as “dentist.html” or “faq.html”. And that site works fine, although I haven’t tried to use that Anchor stack in it. Think I may have forgotten that part when putting together the austinracewalkers.com site. If so, can I just correct all that and republish?
THEN – try the anchor stack!
P.S. I owe all you guys a beer.