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1. Support Home
2. Common Error Messages
3. Useful Upgrade Tips
4. URL Path Confusion
5. Setting Keyboard
6. Sending Error Messages
7. Find And Replace Tips
8. RollOver Problems
9. Layout vs Standard View
10. Site Definitions
11. Editing Vertical
      Tree Menus
12. Recreate Site List
13. Update Site...
14. Web Page Width
15. Designing for
      Search Engines
16. Adjusting Tree
      Menu Margins
17. Set Focus On
      Text Box
18. Rename Folder
19. Dynamic Page
20. No Valid
      Editable Region
21. No Super
22. Initialize Folder
23. Initialize Combo Tree
24. Tree Line
25. UnBalanced
      Editable Regions
26. Foreign Language
      & Special Characters
27. Adjust Row Menu Height of
      Vertical Tree Menu Items

    Initialize Folder  
0.   When you initialize a folder, you are really creating the templates that are associated with that folder. You, typically, also are creating a web page that will go inside the folder as a default or example page so links can point to as well. This is so you don't have a menu item linking to pages that don't exist.

So, when you initialize a folder, you are creating a template.

And when you create a template, it will typically be a nested template.

Accordingly, when you create a nested template, you need some parent template to work with. If you arrived to this web page via some pop up message, it means you really don't have a parent template to work with. This, in other words, means that the parent folder also needs to be initialized so that it to can have an associated template.

Another way of looking at this is that a person cannot have a grand child without first having their own child. This is so that his or her child can have their child.
    Initialize Folder Picture  
    So just follow the steps above and if you have any questions or problems, please do contact customer support.  
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