A menu is generally considered the primary tool for navigating a website. A menu will already be created for your unit’s site. However, as you add content to your site, you will need to add items to the menu. Because you will need to make changes to your site over time, you will likely need to edit your menu as well.
Note: Websites that have been converted to the new, responsive design now have automatic menus. Web maintainers for converted sites do not need to edit their menus.
If your website is not yet converted, you can add items to your menu from the Web browser. It’s important to understand which items are required to be on the menu.
Menu items are added from the Web browser. Note: You must be logged into Staging and not be in Preview mode.
You can reorder content items for your menu by clicking the up-and-down Reorder arrow on the toolbar (below).
Note: Your main content item for this folder needs to be the first item on the menu, at the very top. For example, on the Web Team’s site, the How To ... section has its own menu. A content block explaining what this section is about is the first item in the menu. This content block appears when the site user clicks How To ... on the site menu. The rest of the How To ... items are then listed below that main, introductory content item on the menu.
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