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 +===== Single-level Navigation =====
 +Single-level navigation is the easiest to implement and the default setting for all TTG galleries. Navigation may be aligned left, right or center, and the appearance of your navigation fully customized using the provided options.
 +===== Multi-level Navigation =====
 +Multi-level navigation -- a.k.a drop-down menus -- is supported by CE3 plugins, but setup may require extra steps. Multi-level navigation may be aligned left or right, but cannot be aligned to center.
 +  * Only the top-level navigation may be configured within Lightroom.
 +  * By setting up the top-level navigation within Lightroom, the multi-level navigation can be used as an alternative style of single-level navigation. This can look very good in some designs.
 +  * If you wish to implement child menus -- i.e. drop-down menus -- then you will need to hand-code these child menus and implement them via PHPlugins. We provide example code to get you started, so implementation should be fairly easy to accomplish; it just requires the extra steps of enabling PHPlugins and working with the menu code.
 +Mult-level navigation should never be essential to your CE3 website, though it may be nice to have. The way that TTG sites are designed and organized, your site should always be fully navigable from a single-level navigation system, using the Galleries page to access all of your image galleries.
 +See the [[home#phplugins|PHPlugins]] section of this wiki for more detailed information on how to get setup with a multi-level navigation menu.
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