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I am looking to rearrange the structure of a site to make its secondary page the default page when clicked upon in the navigation, I understand this can be done through the "Site Content and Structure" screen.

When I visit this screen, all other sites and subsites are visible apart from the one I require to change, this site is also not available for public viewing yet, could this be part of it? Is there a way to make this appear within the list? Maybe something i'm missing? I have full control over this part of the site along with full permissions for all sites and subsites.

Many thanks.

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Does it appear in the list of sites when you go to Site Actions > Site Settings > Navigation/Topbar? – Daniel Ziga May 15 '13 at 9:10
Yes it does, but is displayed with a folder icon, the rest of the sites are displayed with a hierarchy icon. – Jon Hick May 15 '13 at 9:12
The folder icon indicates that that menu item has been manually created in the Navigation/Topbar. When you click on the menu item in the navigation, can you verify that the site is indeed within the same domain? – Daniel Ziga May 15 '13 at 9:29
Yes it's running off the same url as the rest of the pages in the site and appears just fine when clicked upon in the navigation. – Jon Hick May 15 '13 at 9:34

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