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Why aren't my pages uploading to my Template

I have a template .dwt page created and I would like all of my pages to be templated off of this one.  For some reason there are 3 pages that everytime I try to create an .HTML out of my current .DWT they don't want to follow template protocol.

Please Help.  I can attach pages if necessary.
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Jason C. LevineNo oneCommented:
Ziggy16,

In all likelihood, those 3 pages just do not have the Template code embedded.  Post the code from one of the pages to verify.

If so, the solution will be to create three new pages based on the dwt file and copy the contents from the old pages over to the new ones.
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Ziggy16Author Commented:
Here is the entire code for the Metal Casting page.  This is one of the pages that does not load from the template.
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    <td><div align="justify"><span class="style22"><u>Our Metal Casting Methods</u></span><strong><u><br />
    </u></strong><span class="style11">There are many different metal casting methods. At   Precise Cast we have chosen two methods that are especially well suited to   producing small quantities of castings (Approximately 1-1,000): </span><span class="style11"><a href="../Glossary.html#Plaster_Casting" onmouseout="hideTooltip()" onmouseover="showTooltip(event,'Also known as Rubber Plaster Mold  A gravity casting process that utilizes soft tooling from silicones, urethanes, and similar materials. This tooling is used to produce rigid, disposable plaster molds. After drying, molten metal is poured into the plaster cavity creating parts that can have zero draft, thin walls, smooth surfaces, and the appearance of a die cast part. Advantages, when compared with die cast parts include cheaper tooling and much shorter lead times. These often offset the (typical) higher piece price cost.');return false"><font color="#982F3A">plaster casting</font></a></span> <span class="style11"> and <a href="../Glossary.html#Sand_Casting" onmouseout="hideTooltip()" onmouseover="showTooltip(event,'Metal casting utilizing sand as the disposable mold material. Sand is formed around a pattern/match plate. Metal is then poured into the cavity left by the pattern/match plate. After cooling, the sand is broken away from the part.');return false"><font color="#982F3A">sand casting</font></a>.</span></div></td>
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                      <span class="style11">A very  simplified description of the <a href="../Glossary.html#Plaster_Casting" onmouseout="hideTooltip()" onmouseover="showTooltip(event,'Also known as Rubber Plaster Mold  A gravity casting process that utilizes soft tooling from silicones, urethanes, and similar materials. This tooling is used to produce rigid, disposable plaster molds. After drying, molten metal is poured into the plaster cavity creating parts that can have zero draft, thin walls, smooth surfaces, and the appearance of a die cast part. Advantages, when compared with die cast parts include cheaper tooling and much shorter lead times. These often offset the (typical) higher piece price cost.');return false"><font color="#982F3A">plaster casting</font></a> process; a pattern is used to  make a urethane or silicone tool.  The tools are usually made in two halves: sometimes with <a href="../Glossary.html#Core" onmouseout="hideTooltip()" onmouseover="showTooltip(event,'A mold component inserted into a mold or die used to create cast features innaccessable to the Cope and Drag mold halves. Aka Slide in Die Casting');return false"><font color="#982F3A">cores</font></a>. Plaster is  poured into the tool (see picture at right) and allowed to harden. The hardened plaster halves (see picture at right) are  dried and assembled (or assembled and dried) to form a plaster <a href="../Glossary.html#Mold" onmouseout="hideTooltip()" onmouseover="showTooltip(event,'Form used to shape metal by pouring liquid metal into a cavity and allowing it to freeze before releasing the part. Various materials are used to create molds including plaster, sand, and steel (usually referred to as a die).');return false"><font color="#982F3A">mold</font></a>. Molten  metal is poured into the assembled plaster <a href="../Glossary.html#Mold" onmouseout="hideTooltip()" onmouseover="showTooltip(event,'Form used to shape metal by pouring liquid metal into a cavity and allowing it to freeze before releasing the part. Various materials are used to create molds including plaster, sand, and steel (usually referred to as a die).');return false"><font color="#982F3A">mold</font></a>. After it cools, the plaster is  broken away from the metal and the casting (with <a href="../Glossary.html#Rigging" onmouseout="hideTooltip()" onmouseover="showTooltip(event,'The combination of the riser, runner, and gating features.');return false"><font color="#982F3A">rigging</font></a>) remains. For more information,  see our <a href="../Templates/plaster.html"><strong><u>plaster casting process</u></strong></a> page</span>.</div></td>
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                      <span class="style11">A very  simplified description of <a href="../Glossary.html#Sand_Casting" onmouseout="hideTooltip()" onmouseover="showTooltip(event,'Metal casting utilizing sand as the disposable mold material. Sand is formed around a pattern/match plate. Metal is then poured into the cavity left by the pattern/match plate. After cooling, the sand is broken away from the part.');return false"><font color="#982F3A">sand casting</font></a>; sand is molded around a <a href="../Glossary.html#Pattern" onmouseout="hideTooltip()" onmouseover="showTooltip(event,'(see also Tool Pattern)  A form used to create the cavity in a mold material for a casting: frequently used in the sand casting process.');return false"><font color="#982F3A">pattern</font></a> or packed over a  match plate to  create two <a href="../Glossary.html#Mold" onmouseout="hideTooltip()" onmouseover="showTooltip(event,'Form used to shape metal by pouring liquid metal into a cavity and allowing it to freeze before releasing the part. Various materials are used to create molds including plaster, sand, and steel (usually referred to as a die).');return false"><font color="#982F3A">mold</font></a> halves. The two <a href="../Glossary.html#Mold"  onmouseout="hideTooltip()" onmouseover="showTooltip(event,'Form used to shape metal by pouring liquid metal into a cavity and allowing it to freeze before releasing the part. Various materials are used to create molds including plaster, sand, and steel (usually referred to as a die).');return false"><font color="#982F3A">mold</font></a> halves are assembled to form the <a href="../Glossary.html#Mold"  onmouseout="hideTooltip()" onmouseover="showTooltip(event,'Form used to shape metal by pouring liquid metal into a cavity and allowing it to freeze before releasing the part. Various materials are used to create molds including plaster, sand, and steel (usually referred to as a die).');return false"><font color="#982F3A">mold</font></a>. Molten metal is poured into the cavity created between  the assembled <a href="../Glossary.html#Mold"  onmouseout="hideTooltip()" onmouseover="showTooltip(event,'Form used to shape metal by pouring liquid metal into a cavity and allowing it to freeze before releasing the part. Various materials are used to create molds including plaster, sand, and steel (usually referred to as a die).');return false"><font color="#982F3A">mold</font></a> halves. After the metal cools, the sand is broken away from the  metal and the <a href="../Glossary.html#Casting" onmouseout="hideTooltip()" onmouseover="showTooltip(event,'(Metal Casting) The process of pouring or injecting liquid metal into a mold or die. See RPM/Plaster Casting, Sand Casting, Investment Casting, Permanent Mold Casting, Die Casting.');return false"><font color="#982F3A">casting</font></a> (with <a href="../Glossary.html#Rigging" onmouseout="hideTooltip()" onmouseover="showTooltip(event,'The combination of the riser, runner, and gating features.');return false"><font color="#982F3A">rigging</font></a>)  remains. The adjacent pictures depict some of the operations performed while <a href="../Glossary.html#Sand_Casting" onmouseout="hideTooltip()" onmouseover="showTooltip(event,'Metal casting utilizing sand as the disposable mold material. Sand is formed around a pattern/match plate. Metal is then poured into the cavity left by the pattern/match plate. After cooling, the sand is broken away from the part.');return false"><font color="#982F3A">sand casting</font></a>. For more information, see our <a href="../Templates/sand.html"><strong><u>sand casting process</u></strong></a> page.</span></div></td>
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                      <td valign="top"><div align="justify"><span class="style13"> Metals We Cast</span><u><br />
                      </u><span class="style11">At Precise Cast we manufacture <a href="../Glossary.html#Metal_Castings" onmouseout="hideTooltip()" onmouseover="showTooltip(event,'Parts manufactured using one of the metal casting processes.');return false"><font color="#982F3A">metal castings</font></a> from <a href="../Glossary.html#Aluminum" onmouseout="hideTooltip()" onmouseover="showTooltip(event,'Generic reference to an aluminum alloy for the metal casting or CNC machining manufacturing processes. Often chosen for its high strength, light weight, and (relatively) low cost.');return false"><font color="#982F3A">aluminum</font></a>, <a href="../Glossary.html#Magnesium" onmouseout="hideTooltip()" onmouseover="showTooltip(event,'One of the base metals used in metal casting. Typically used in alloy form. Different processes often require the use of different alloys. Magnesium is attractive for many parts where weight saving is desirable without a compromise in mechanical strength.');return false"><font color="#982F3A">magnesium</font></a>, and <a href="../Glossary.html#Zinc" onmouseout="hideTooltip()" onmouseover="showTooltip(event,'(Zinc Alloy)  Base metal  Common (heavy) casting metal often chosen for its low cost and strength.');return false"><font color="#982F3A">zinc</font></a> <a href="../Glossary.html#Alloy" onmouseout="hideTooltip()" onmouseover="showTooltip(event,'(Metal Alloy) the combining of two or more elemental metals to form a metal mixture for the purpose of enhancing desired physical and mechanical characteristics.');return false"><font color="#982F3A">alloys</font></a>. See the table below for specific <a href="../Glossary.html#Alloy" onmouseout="hideTooltip()" onmouseover="showTooltip(event,'(Metal Alloy) the combining of two or more elemental metals to form a metal mixture for the purpose of enhancing desired physical and mechanical characteristics.');return false"><font color="#982F3A">alloys</font></a>. The <a href="../Glossary.html#Alloy" onmouseout="hideTooltip()" onmouseover="showTooltip(event,'(Metal Alloy) the combining of two or more elemental metals to form a metal mixture for the purpose of enhancing desired physical and mechanical characteristics.');return false"><font color="#982F3A">alloys</font></a> that are highlighted are the preferred <a href="../Glossary.html#Metal_Castings"onmouseout="hideTooltip()" onmouseover="showTooltip(event,'Parts manufactured using one of the metal casting processes.');return false"><font color="#982F3A">metal casting</font></a> <a href="../Glossary.html#Alloy" onmouseout="hideTooltip()" onmouseover="showTooltip(event,'(Metal Alloy) the combining of two or more elemental metals to form a metal mixture for the purpose of enhancing desired physical and mechanical characteristics.');return false"><font color="#982F3A">alloys</font></a> for the <a href="../Glossary.html#Plaster_Casting" onmouseout="hideTooltip()" onmouseover="showTooltip(event,'Also known as Rubber Plaster Mold  A gravity casting process that utilizes soft tooling from silicones, urethanes, and similar materials. This tooling is used to produce rigid, disposable plaster molds. After drying, molten metal is poured into the plaster cavity creating parts that can have zero draft, thin walls, smooth surfaces, and the appearance of a die cast part. Advantages, when compared with die cast parts include cheaper tooling and much shorter lead times. These often offset the (typical) higher piece price cost.');return false"><font color="#982F3A">plaster  casting</font></a> and <a href="../Glossary.html#Sand_Casting" onmouseout="hideTooltip()" onmouseover="showTooltip(event,'Metal casting utilizing sand as the disposable mold material. Sand is formed around a pattern/match plate. Metal is then poured into the cavity left by the pattern/match plate. After cooling, the sand is broken away from the part.');return false"><font color="#982F3A">sand casting</font></a> processes. The other <a href="../Glossary.html#Alloy" onmouseout="hideTooltip()" onmouseover="showTooltip(event,'(Metal Alloy) the combining of two or more elemental metals to form a metal mixture for the purpose of enhancing desired physical and mechanical characteristics.');return false"><font color="#982F3A">alloys</font></a> can only be used after  reviewing the part geometry and performing <a href="../Glossary.html#FEA" onmouseout="hideTooltip()" onmouseover="showTooltip(event,'Digital CAM simulation of a virtual part made by reducing a solid part body and its environment to discrete nodes whose various properties are calculated over input and time scales with continuous iterative evaluation wrt neighboring nodes');return false"><font color="#982F3A">FEA</font></a> analysis of the <a href="../Glossary.html#Casting" onmouseout="hideTooltip()" onmouseover="showTooltip(event,'(Metal Casting) The process of pouring or injecting liquid metal into a mold or die. See RPM/Plaster Casting, Sand Casting, Investment Casting, Permanent Mold Casting, Die Casting.');return false"><font color="#982F3A">casting</font></a> process.  Some <a href="../Glossary.html#Alloy]" onmouseout="hideTooltip()" onmouseover="showTooltip(event,'(Metal Alloy) the combining of two or more elemental metals to form a metal mixture for the purpose of enhancing desired physical and mechanical characteristics.');return false"><font color="#982F3A">alloys</font></a> might not be well suited for use in our <a href="../New Pages/New Glossary.html#Metal_Castings" onmouseout="hideTooltip()" onmouseover="showTooltip(event,'Parts manufactured using one of the metal casting processes.');return false"><font color="#982F3A">metal casting</font></a> processes.</span></div></td>
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So Why do I lose my spry menu bar the way it was formatted in my template?  How can I resolve this issue?
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Thanks for pointing me in the right direction.  I realized that I wasn't putting all of my CSS styles in the new page.  Thats why.  Thanks again for your help!
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The spry menu stuff are include files and what probably I'd happening is the paths are not resolving properly. This is usually due to screwing around with the template and breaking some of the code.

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