Your menu is vitally important. It is the road map to your website, without it people want know where to find what they are looking for.
Your Website Architecture is the plan of how to structure your website menu. Therefore, keep your Architecture easily accessible as you will need to refer to it as to structure your menu correctly.
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Select the Menu button on the Launchpad menu.
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Select ‘Default Menu’.
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Select ‘Add a New Menu Item’.
There are other features of the Menu that will be covered in another module (Menu Name, Menu Style, Menu Background, Orientation, Available to and Primary/Secondary Menu).
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Type in the name of the menu item in the Link Text - field.
If you select the Open in New Window check box, once a visitor clicks on the menu item it will open in a new window.
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Choose a link type from the drop down menu.
There are numerous website items you can link to such as a page or a product.
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Choose the corresponding item. For instance, if you select to link to a page, choose the relevant page you want to link to likewise with a form etc.
Anchor Text will be covered in another module.
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Select ‘Add Menu Item’.
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To maneuver the item, right-click and drag the item to the position you want it and then release your click. The positions to which you can place an item will be highlighted in yellow.
Select the “Save Menu Items” button to save your changes.
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To edit the sub items of a particular menu item. Select the Edit Sub Items button next to the item you wish to edit.
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Follow the same steps as we just covered to add a new menu item and to edit further sub items.
Remember to save after making a change by selecting the ‘Save Menu Items’ button.
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To edit the link of a particular item, select the blue button and make your changes there.
Remember to save your changes by select the ‘Save Menu Items’ button.
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To delete a menu item, select the red button.