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Hello everyone,

I'm wondering what the best way (or common practice) to edit the Global Navigation of my website is.

Lets say this is my navigation:
1. ABOUT ME
2. WHAT I DO
3. TESTIMONIALS
4. CONTACT ME

Four years later, the company grows and the navigation becomes this:
1. ABOUT US
2. WHAT WE DO
3. OUR CLIENTS
4. CONTACT US

The only way I know how to edit these (without going into each page individually) is to make the Nav div an Include... is this technique the standard?

Thanks,
Sean

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And that's how you do

And that's how you do it!

Not really much more that can be said really other than it's slightly outside the scope of CSS.

Hugo.

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Nice! Thanks Hugo.

Nice! Thanks Hugo.