Navigation links

How to add and remove navigation links


By default, a horizontal navigation bar with links to websites will be inserted above or below the header of your page. It is updated automatically whenever you add web sites, change, move or remove them. If you use sidebars on your website, the horizontal bar below the header contains only links to the pages of the first site level, while the other sidebar contains links to the second and third level. For each navigation block, you can specify which site levels you want to insert in the menu, change the menu orientation (e.g. in the middle of the page instead of the default on the left edge) and the color, the style and size of the font used for links.
To change these settings, move your mouse over a navigation block and click Edit.If you accidentally remove a navigation block, you can insert it again.
To do this, go to the Modules tab, select Navigation and drag the block to the area of the page where you want to add it. The navigation block is inserted on all pages of the website. To make a visit to your website more comfortable, you can also add a breadcrumbs navigation block.

This is a chain of links that specify the path from the main (index) page of the website to the current page.To add a breadcrumbs navigation block, go to the Modules tab, select breadcrumbs and drag the module to the area of ​​the page where you want to add it. The navigation block is inserted on all pages of the site.