the simplest solution is probably to add the navigation to all pages (using include so you don't get so many places to make sure nav is up to date if you need to add something to the menu would be easiest)
randommaker.... hahaha... I'm so unsure of what you're asking.
The navbar is just HTML/possibly server-side scripted. And the site is nothing special. It's on each of the pages.
I'm responding to this post because I think what you're really asking about is the navbar image (button highlight) for what page is being viewed. For instance, on the home page the "Home" has the white background image, and if you click on the "Freebies" or "Forums" link, when you go to their page, they will have the white background in the navbar.
Is that what you're asking?
I'm getting the same idea across as vol7ron, to make the different page names select then you could use a class, explained simply: the page you're on could be given the class current.page, and the other links give other.page. You'd then create a CSS or similar document and set how you'd like each class to display. This would give all of your links a uniform look and feel, and save a lot of clicking, setting font sizes and alignment etc. for every single link.
What Web Design software are you using?
hint: use an array and make your key the title of the link, and the value the path to get to that page, and just run it through a loop with an if statement