Edit the site menu

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How to edit the site menu

Where to find the site menu settings

To find out which pages are currently part of either the header or footer navigation:

  1. Click Settings in the left-hand menu bar.

  2. Click Menus.

  3. Click either Main or Footer navigation.

 

Edit the main or footer navigation

Add a navigation item

To add an item into the navigation menu:

  1. Go to Settings in the left-hand menu bar.

  2. Click Menus. Select either Main or Footer navigation.

  3. Click +Add link.

  4. Give the new item a Title, URL and optional icon.

  5. Tick the box if the page is to be enabled and visible on the frontend of your website.

  6. Click Done.

  7. Save your changes.

 

Link an existing webpage to a site navigation item

To link a webpage to the site navigation:

  1. Navigate to the page you want to link to the site navigation. Click Edit.

  2. Copy the URL alias. Note that in the URL this will be prefixed with "/page/".

  3. In the left-hand menu, go to Settings.

  4. Click Menus. Select either Main or Footer navigation.

  5. Click the menu item that you wish to link to the webpage.

  6. Paste the copied URL alias into the URL field for the selected menu item, with the prefix "/page/".

  7. Click Save to update the menu item with the new link.

 

Remove a navigation item

To remove an existing menu item:

  1. Go to Settings in the left-hand menu bar.

  2. Click Menus. Select either Main or Footer navigation.

  3. Select an item from the list.

  4. Select Delete. Please note: you will NOT be prompted to confirm this action. The item will be deleted immediately.

 

Change the order of the navigation items

To change the order of the items in the navigation menu:

  1. Go to Settings in the left-hand menu bar.

  2. Click Menus. Select either Main or Footer navigation.

  3. “Grab” the six dots at the start of the menu item and drag and drop it in the correct order.

  4. Click Save.

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