Navigation menus help organize your website content for your visitors, which can easily be rendered through the front-end and styled to fit your design.
Initially, your menu will start out as a shell for navigation links, however you can further expand the capabilities of your links through Blueprints.
General information about the menu.
- Name Give your manu a memorable name.
- e.g. Main Menu, Footer Navigation
- Handle - Developer-friendly identifier (advanced usage).
- Description - Give a short description to help describe the purpose of the menu.
Central location for mananging fields for your menu.
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Navigation menus are made up of links organized in ordered, and sometimes nested hierarchies. You can access a menu's links by clicking on the row or from the action drop-down menu.
From the Links overview page use the handles to drag-n-drop to reorder and/or nest among the links within it's own menu. You can also use the action drop-down menu options to change the order.
Note: remember to save your changes for them to take effect.
General information about the Single.
- Name - Give your Link a memorable name
- e.g. Home Page, About, Contact Us, etc...
- URL - Destination of link when activated.
- Use relative paths for internal links (e.g. About page => /about)
- Use absolute paths for external links (e.g. http://...)
- Use # symbol for generic anchor or menu heading.
- Status - Toggle active state.
- Open Link Where - Same window or new window?