Menus

Last updated on 2023-03-02

The different types of menu

Menus are a grouping of links that allow navigation within a website to access different pages. There are different types of menus that have different functions and visuals:

(Main menu and secondary menu)

  • Main menu: Displays the main pages of the website in its header.
  • Secondary menu: Displays the secondary pages of the website in its header. It will usually be less prominent.
  • Hidden menu: Groups all hidden pages of the website. This menu does not appear on the website but allows for internal management of pages.
  • Footer menu: Allows you to create a page for the footer of your website. This displays at the bottom of all pages on the website.
(Footer menu)

Creating a menu tab

To create a new menu tab, you must choose which menu you want to create a tab in and then Add

  1. First, access your page builder , then to the Page management .
  2. Select the menu through which you want to add your tab (see the Different types of menu section).
  3. Click on Add.
  4. Select the desired tab type:
    1. Page: Blank page
    2. Link:
      1. External link - Add a link to an external website
      2. Dvore link - Add a link to a URL on your website
      3. Anchor - Add a link to a section of a page on your website.
    3. Alias: Redirect to a page on your website.
    4. No Link: Tab without a link. Allows for sub-tabs.
    5. Product: Link to a category/collection/tag of products.
    6. Blog: Link to the blog module.
  5. Save the new tab.

Create a sub-menu tab

  1. First, go to your page builder , then to the Page management .
  2. Then, select the menu through which your main tab is displayed.
  3. Select the tab where you want to add the sub-tab.
  4. Click on Add.
  5. Select the desired type of tab.
  6. Save the sub-tab.

Configure a menu item

Manage the settings of a menu item:

  1. First, go to your page builder , then to the Page management .
  2. Click on the relevant menu.
  3. Click on the relevant menu item.
  4. Click on Menu configuration.
  5. Several settings are now available to you:
    1. Display menu: Enable this tab to display in the menu.
    2. Active page: Enable this tab when the page is active on the website.
    3. New window: Enable this tab to open the page in a new browser window.
    4. Title: Configure the title of the page. This title will display in the menu if it is visible (e.g. main menu).
    5. Description: Add a description of the page for administrative purposes.
    6. Menu parent: Indicate the parent tab (if it is a sub-tab).
    7. SEO: Manage the SEO of the page (meta title and meta description).
  6. Save the changes.

Change the order of menu items

  1. First, access your page builder , then access the Page management .
  2. Click on the menu in question.
  3. Next to each menu item, locate the following arrow icon: 
  4. By click-dragging, modify the order of the menu tabs.
  5. Save the changes.
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