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Practical Plone 3: A Beginner's Guide to Building Powerful Websites by Clayton Parker, Alex Clark

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Make changes to tabs, buttons, and menu options

On your Plone site's home page, you will notice various areas where there are menu options or buttons. A default Plone site has a top navigation area, various links for printing or emailing a page, as well as menu actions that allow you to cut, paste, or otherwise manipulate the objects within a folder. You will also see tabs that allow you to access the contents of a given folder, a history tab, a sharing tab, and various tabs along the top for Home, Users, News, and Events:

Make changes to tabs, buttons, and menu options

Each of these tabs, buttons, and menu objects corresponds to an action defined in http://localhost:8080/yoursitename/portal_actions/manage ...

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