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Web Content Management (WCM)

Making A Menu

Menu is useful tool in jumping from one page to another.

Step 1: Hover to local nav block. Click on the "Edit Content".

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When you start editing, you can see two levels, 1.) Top level and, 2.) Second level.

Top level: It represents a name of the each tab inside a Menu. A Menu can have more than one tabs.

Second level: It represents list inside each tab. The item inside the list could be linked to Internal or External.

There are two ways to link Internal section: 1.) Link to Internal Webpage, 2.) Link to External Website/Webpage within a menu. 

Link to Internal Webpage

You can link to internal webpage or internal files(E.g. PDF, Word file or PPT)

Link to internal Webpage

Step 2: Add "Title" or Go to the existing section(When you want to add more options within the existing Menu), Go to "Internal", Click to "Internal Page" and link to the respective Webpage, And then "Save & Preview".

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Link to internal Files

Step 3: Add "Title" or Go to the existing section(When you want to add more options within the existing Menu), Go to "Internal", Click to "Internal Page" and link to the respective File(E.g. PDF, Word or PPT), And then "Save & Preview".

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So, The two of above should be appeared within "Home" menu like below.

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Link to External Website/Webpage

Step 4: Add "Title" or Go to the existing section(When you want to add more options within the existing Menu), Go to "External", Add "Title" and "URL", And then "Save & Preview".

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All of above three should be appeared as below under "Home" menu. From which the first two are Internal links and the last one is an External. 

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More Information about Menu

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  1. It indicates a position of the tab inside a menu. For example, There are total 8 tabs available inside a menu and the "Home" tab is at the 1st position.
  2. This arrow change the position of the tab. For example, if you click on this "downward arrow" then the position of the tab becomes 2 which is 1 right now. Similarly, we have "upward arrow" button as well, which takes up tab position from its current position.
  3. "+" button can be used to add an additional tab underneath of the current tab.
  4. "-" button removes current tab from a menu.
  5. It indicates a position of the item inside a specific tab .
  6. This arrow change the position of the item. For example, if you click on this "downward arrow" then the position of the item becomes 2 which is 1 right now. Similarly, we have "upward arrow" button as well, which takes up tab position from its current position.
  7. "+" button can be used to add an additional item underneath of the current item.
  8. "-" button removes current item.