Your website wouldn’t be complete with menus allowing people to easily navigate your site and access the pages of content that you’ll be adding.
When you first initialize your website it will have a menu already configured. This is a good starting place as it points to dynamic content such as “files” and “galleries”.
You’ll notice that each menu has a Navigation Label and a URL. The navigation label is what your users will see and the URL is where the menu will take them. There are some special URL’s you need to be aware of that provide dynamic content:
In addition you can link to both internal pages and custom locations. The menu builder provides a convenient way to bring in menu selections for both the pattern for them is:
For sites with lots of pages and content you may want to create a multi-level menu. You’ve seen these before where you click on a menu with a down arrow and a sub-menu is displayed. This is a great way create a cleaner navigation for your website for lots of content.
To create a sub-menu just drag an existing menu entry on top of another menu and drop it. You’ll get visual confirmation of the sub-menu relationship. To promote a sub-menu back to the top-level simple drag it off the menu and to the left until the visual indicator shows it as a top-level menu again then drop. Only one level of sub-menus is supported.