Sub pages not showing in nav

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Hello, can any one give me some assistance, I can add a new sub page but it will not show in the navigation.

Appreciate any help

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Steevb replied on at Permalink Reply 1 Attachment
Steevb
With page in edit mode, click autonav, click edit and set 'Sub Pages' to show all.

See attached
rawhyde replied on at Permalink Reply 1 Attachment
Hi and thanks for your help,set up as suggested but the nav is showing in the main nav and not as a sub under the project page, please see attached, if you can help it will be appreciated, thanks
Steevb replied on at Permalink Reply
Steevb
It will not work in edit mode?

Publish your page, then you will see the results.

Apart from some styling the menu on your site works as it should.
rawhyde replied on at Permalink Reply
Hi and thanks, I was just testing with a nav add on, when I use auto nav this is the problem that I have

http://salemchapelfurniture.co.uk/...

Many thanks

Mark
mhawke replied on at Permalink Reply
mhawke
Can you post a screenshot of your sitemap?
rawhyde replied on at Permalink Reply 1 Attachment
page map attached
Steevb replied on at Permalink Reply
Steevb
Autonav and drop downs will not work out of the box with 'core themes'.

If you want a drop down use 'Amiant' or create your own with CSS.

Try this how-to:http://www.concrete5.org/documentation/how-tos/designers/how-to-make-an-easy-dropdown-menu/

Or this:http://www.concrete5.org/documentation/how-tos/editors/primer-auto-nav-block/
rawhyde replied on at Permalink Reply
Many thanks, I tried the Amiant but could not get it to display properly in terms of style, I will have a look at the other options you showed, appreciate your assistance
rawhyde replied on at Permalink Reply 1 Attachment
I added the css to my themes folder it did not make any difference, I just wanted to check if I was using the correct location, I have attached a screen shot, location as follows /index.php/dashboard/pages/themes/customize/4/

Thanks for your help

Mark
mhawke replied on at Permalink Reply 3 Attachments
mhawke
Ok we have a few issues. Greek Yogurt theme seems to have a real problem applying the 'Add Your CSS' code. If you look in the resulting CSS, your custom CSS code gets inserted inside another selector rather than on it's own. I have attached a couple of screenshots. The first image shows the CSS I added and the second image show where it gets placed in the rendered CSS. That's why it's not working. The other themes put this custom CSS code on a line by itself, not inside another selector. That looks like a bug to me.

Second thing is that you are modifying a 'core' theme which is a no-no because when you update C5 to a new version, all of your hard work will be ignored because the new version will not see your changes. To avoid this tragedy, you need to make a copy of the '[root]/concrete/themes/greek_yogurt' folder and place it in '[root]/themes/my_greek_yogurt'. Open up the 'description.txt' file in this new theme folder and change the first line to "My Greek Yogurt". Now you need to install this copy by heading to 'Dashboard->Themes' and install your 'My Greek Yogurt' theme and then 'Activate' the theme. Now you can make changes to the files in this new theme folder without losing those changes when you upgrade C5.

I have attached a zip file containing a very basic 'custom template' for the autonav block. Download and unzip this zip file on your computer. This zip file contains 2 files; view.php and view.css. Create a folder at '[root]/blocks/autonav/templates/basic_drop_down' and upload the two files into that folder. To apply the custom template, put the page in Edit Mode and click on your nav and choose 'Custom Template'. The 'Basic Drop Down' template should be available in the list.

To style this custom template, you need to edit the view.css file you uploaded.

Sorry to dump all this on you at once!
rawhyde replied on at Permalink Reply
many thanks for the information, I will let you know how I get on once I have had time to absorb everything, once again thanks.
abeh78 replied on at Permalink Reply
Hello,

I am trying to do the same thing with my site, and was following your instructions. How and where do I upload that zipped file to, in order to upload to the custom template?

Thanks!

http://www.sandhillsemmaus.com