Site managers can configure the menus on the platform. Go to Dashboard -> Main Menu or Footer Menu, under Menu Management.
There are two types of menus in Open Social:
- Main navigation menu. This menu consists of the links that allow users to reach different areas of the platform.
- Footer menu. This menu consists of the links to general information pages of the platform. By default, there are no links in the footer menu.
- You add a footer by simply adding a link and a name.
- You can now add images to the footer, scroll below to view.
Add or edit menu links, and create submenu's
- The new link can be used to link to any existing page on the platform. Just start typing the first letters of the page title you want to link, in the 'link' field. It will autocomplete all the existing pages on the site.
- To add a link to a sub-menu/ drop-down menu, select the corresponding dropdown in the parent link field. In order to enable the drop-down menu, the parent menu must-have a ‘show as expanded’ option checked. You can also do a third sublevel and create further flexibility in how to structure your menu bar.
- You can delete, hide, and edit a menu link.
Change the order of menu links
- There are two ways to change the order of the link: Changing role weight or Drag and drop. By clicking on the ‘hide/show row weights’ button on the right side of the screen, you can switch between these two ways.
- When row weights are shown, you can change the link order by changing its weight. The link with a smaller weight will be shown higher (or more to the left) in a menu.
- When row weights are hidden, you can change the link order in a drag and drop manner.
- Don't forget to save at the bottom of the page!
*Example of how the sub-menu option looks
Add Logos to Footer
You now have the option to add your organizations' logo for example to the footer next to the footer menu.
You find this setting under: /admin/config/opensocial/footer-block
Just place the logo and the text that should be placed next to it, and click to save.
The logo and text will appear, as seen in the image below.
Note: This module needs to be enabled on your platform, and is not found by default.