This tip applies to HTML
templates. An example project would be the
chapterTwo.artx project file.
In Chapter 2, The Template Step-by-Step, we prepared a template with horizontal and vertical menus. The horizontal menu was the main menu of our site, showing the items related with directly linked pages, and the vertical menu was a complementary one, showing details of our offer. We came to the conclusion that the best way of organizing menus would be to show the vertical menu only on pages that are sub-pages of the Offer page. This would be better and more logical than to display details of our offer on every page.
Unfortunately, Artisteer doesn't allow us do define on which pages a menu should be displayed, ...