This page serves as a comprehensive guide to help you understand and customize primary navigation menu.
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Primary navigation menu
The primary navigation menu is essentially a list of your webshop's categories, as illustrated by the image below.
The location of this menu depends on the header version you've chosen. If you're using the Classic 2 or Narrow header versions, it's located within a button named "Categories" or "E-SHOP" respectively.
You can use not only default layout, but customize them as you need in External Scripts folder in TronShop Portal. Asked your IT manager to change it. Read more about it in the article.
Want to learn more about these predefined header versions? Simply navigate to the section "Header Layouts":
Now, let's refocus on the main topic: the settings for the primary navigation menu.
Content > Menu. By clicking on the text that says "Primary navigation menu" on the right side of your screen, you can view all your menu items on the right:
Here, you can:
- Rearrange your shop's categories by using the drag-and-drop feature. Just hover your mouse over the six-dot symbol to the left of the category name and give it a try.
- Edit the category name or its link by clicking on the pencil icon.
When you click the pencil icon, you have the options to choose
- Target (i.e., the destination page when a customer clicks on the category name),
- Link caption (i.e., the category name),
- OR Replace the category name with a link image:
You can also add a new link to the menu or remove an existing category from it:
You can learn more about this topic in our article about it.
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Every name is automatically translated, but you have the flexibility to customize it. Simply click on the pencil icon next to the field you wish to modify.
To navigate there, go to
Content > Menu.
Upon clicking, a popup window will display the field's information and its current name. Look for the language symbol and click on it.
A window showcasing language options will emerge. Adjusting these settings will alter the field's name accordingly.