Second level menus in autonav
On the site, I want to have a brand menu. If it were rendered ala autonav that would be fantastic.
So it looks kind of like:
And I want to render a menu for:
It doesn't look like autonav can start on a second level. Any ideas for work arounds?
It should also be known that 'Brands' is hidden from the nav but its children aren't.
I am able to create a menu that displays every page including the individual brand pages, but I can't seem to create one that just displays the brands, no matter what combination I try.
I can't figure out if this is a configuration option, or if it would require a php customization.
is this possible with autonav ?
When setting up autonav, you can display relevant submenu items. This is rendered in HTML as a nested list, which can be contorted into dropdown menus via CSS.
A nested list looks like:
<ul> <li>Option 1</li> <li>Option 2</li> <li> Option3 <ul> <li>Sub-option 1</li> <li>Sub-option 2</li> <li>Sub-option 3</li> </ul> </li> </ul>
As for how to do this contortion, scour Google for "CSS Drop-down menus" or something similar.
<ul> <li>About</li> <li>Themes <ul> <li>Unbound</li> <li>Keep It Simple</li> <li>FreshMedia</li> </ul> </li> <li>Contact</li> </ul>
But it outputs it on the site like this:
<ul> <li>About</li> <li>Themes</li> <li>Unbound</li> <li>Keep It Simple</li> <li>FreshMedia</li> <li>Contact</li> </ul>
So, there is no nested list, even though the preview got it right.
But I dont know much about php, so not sure if this is it or how to do it.