How come a site navigation menu does not display in a password protected page?

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I have a password protected page in which I have inserted a site navigation menu.  For an unknown reason the menu don't show up but the other elements on the page do.  Am I doing something wrong here?  Moreoever, once I have clicked on this page (named Motdepasse), the URL name gets stucked in the above banner and stay there during the rest of the navigation... What is going on.  I have had this problem for months but never bothered to report it.      Site: www.curlingvg.ca  Page: Motdepasse
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Unfortunately it just doesn't. On password protected pages, you can add a text box or buttons that have a link back to the non-password protected pages.
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is there a way you can fix this... very frustrating
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You have to either remove the password or make text links for those pages with passwords.
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ummmm ok.... thanks... already figured that out... just sayin' it's a pain in the rear that what should be no extra steps takes several.... the program encourages to share how it makes us feel... I shared I'm frustrated... there is a reason one has pages PW protected... so that only those who we trust to view sensitive material may in an easy format... nice option... just needs some work
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I have the perception that Intuit has not improved Sitebuilder (or Homestead website managers) for decades, am I right?  I have also the perception that years ago I was paying for a lot more useful features that have now dissapeared from Sitebuilder with no prewarning and justifications.   Am I right?  I am also under the impression that none of the many suggestions or drawbacks of Sitebuilder have never been addressed or corrected/implemented by the Development team.  Am I right?  I am also under the impression that there is no such thing as a development team but only a technical support team that patches holes. However, on the positive side, the basic fee of Homestead has not increased for years.  I can live with that.  Have a good day!

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