This feature works on all page types.
Table of Contents
- Hide All Navigations
- Display Top Nav Below Hero Image
- Transparent Navigation Menu
- Logged-out Content
- Logged-in Content
- Open Link in New Tab
- Right-align Your Navigation
- Add a Page to the Subnav
- Micro-Site Navigation
- Footer Navigation Links
nav - Your site's main navigation (a.k.a. Menu or Top Nav)
subnav - Your site's secondary navigation which displays above the top nav
Hide All Navigations
Add the following tag to a page if you want to hide the top nav and subnav.
Display Top Nav Below Hero Image
Add the following tag to a page to display your top nav below the hero image.
Transparent Navigation Menu
Add the following tag to the page:
If your hero image and your top nav are the same colours (i.e. white on white) use this tag instead:
Add the following tag to a page to only display it to a visitor who is not logged in. (i.e. Login button)
Add the following tag to a page to only display it to a visitor who is logged in. (i.e. Logout button)
Open Link in New Tab
Add the following tag to open a top nav link in a new tab/window
Right-align Your Navigation
By default your top nav is left-aligned. Add the following tag to your home page to change your top nav to right-aligned.
Display on the Left or Right
Add the following tag to a page to display the link to the page on the right or left of your top nav. This requires you to also check "include in top nav.
Add a Page to the Subnav
Add the following tag to a page to display it in the subnav. This is ideal for login/out links.
Give your nav a name. This will be represented below with "slug" and for the purposes of illustration, we will call our example "microsite".
Next, add the following tag to the pages that you want in the nav and replace "slug" with the name of your nav menu:
Then, add the following tag to all of the pages that you want the nav to show up on (this will replace your site's top nav on these specific pages):
nav tag: slug_nav
i.e. nav tag: microsite_nav
If your site is setup to not display breadcrumbs by default, add this tag to show breadcrumbs on a specific page:
If your site is setup to display breadcrumbs by default, add this tag to hide breadcrumbs on a specific page:
Exclude a specific page from displaying in the breadcrumbs:
To add a breadcrumb to a page and specify which page the breadcrumb should link to add this tag:
Footer Navigation Links
To add a page to your footer navigation add one of the following tags based on which column grouping you'd like the page to appear in:
Note: The page order is based on the date the page is published.