This section is for creating custom links in the navigation bar. Add, edit and enable these custom navigations that link to other pages or sections of your website. Also, you can distinctly align their position in Web, Android and iOS platforms.
Creating a Navigation
|1||Enable or Disable the navigation item||You can use the checkbox to hide or show the navigation to your users|
|2||Drag and drop for arranging||Drag and drop a navigation item below the blue dashed line at the intended place|
|3||Icon for the navigation item||If your website theme supports this, you will be able to view an icon besides the navigation|
|4||Rename||You can also double-click to rename|
|5||Add a sub-navigation menu||Click this to add a sub-menu. This sub-menu will be visible only if your theme supports it. A sub-menu can be shifted to a main menu by drag and drop|
|6||Multi-lingual name for the navigation||If your website is multi-lingual, the navigation item will be translated as per the text entered by you|
|7||Add tags||This is an optional tag|
|8||Authorization to view the navigation||All - Everyone can view the navigation |
Staff - Only authorized team member can view the navigation
Registered - Only registered users/customers can view the navigation
Anonymous - Anonymous users can view the navigation
|9||Link the navigation to a webpage||Use the link builder to link the navigation item to a webpage|
|10||Delete||Delete the navigation item|
Note: Upon creating new navigations, you will be prompted to assign the navigations to an appropriate position (top/bottom/left/right) for platforms such as Web, Android and iOS. Later, you can use the Assign button (shown in fig. 1) for re-assigning the navigation, if needed.