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Navigation

Navigation is integral to any website. If a visitor cannot easily or clearly navigate from one page of a site to another, then you have failed. In CE3, we have aimed to make site navigation easier to manage than ever.

The first step is to ensure that you have properly set your Site Root:

This needs to be an absolute URL for the base location of your site. In most cases, this will be your domain. You may use either a full or truncated address. For example, let's say I am planning my own photography site at http://campagnapictures.com. Either of the following is an acceptable site root:

http://campagnapictures.com/
/

The former is my full address, the latter my truncated address.

If I were creating my site in a sub-directory – for example, if I were setting up a blog at the domain root and wanted my TTG site in a sub-directory – then I could include the folder name:

http://campagnapictures.com/foldername/
/foldername/

Again, the former is my full address, the latter my truncated address. Either is acceptable for the site root.

The site root properly set, we turn our attention to the Navigation Hyperlinks, controls for which are located in the Site Info control pane:

Each hyperlink is comprised of a Label and Target. The Label is how the link will appear in your navigation menu, while the Target is the address to which that link will lead.

When setting navigation links to pages created by TTG CE3 Pages, use the Target pull-down to select the target page:

Otherwise, you may write-in either absolute or relative URLs to other pages or sites:

navigation.1359617735.txt.gz · Last modified: 2013/01/31 07:35 by admin