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Dreamweaver Master Page - how to get menu updated on each sites

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I am very beginner in this so please be very detailed. I created a master page in dreamweaver cs6, and added the menu into the "non editable" region. When I create a page from the master page, it shows the menu, but when I update the menu on the master page, it does not update it on the new page. Any ideas what am I doing wrong. Thanks.
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Jason C. Levine earned 500 total points
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Just updating the template and saving it isn't enough.  You also have to do Modify | Templates | Apply Changes to force DW to update all pages based on your template.
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Simple as that... thanks a bunch! :) It did work!
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