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I am creating a website using yahoo site-builder. I have added a 6th page but I cannot seem to get the 6th page linked to the navigation bar. It seems that it will only allow 5. If this is true, than why can I add more pages? How do I get people linked to the additional pages if the navigation bar only allows 5.

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