Where Can I Access This Tool?


You can access this tool from your admin section by navigating to Toolbox » Menu Manager





What are the Default Menu Options?


By default, the Menu Manager comes with 5 different menu options. 


Header Main Menu


Is accessible via /home

 




Pricing Page Menu


Is accessible via /join





Footer Menu


Is accessible on any page by the default





Header Mini Nav


Is accessible via /home





Login Page Links


Is accessible via /login





How Can I Edit These Menus?


By simply clicking on "Edit" on preferred menu element.






In this instance, lets make changes on the "Header Main Menu". 





I will add an additional link by clicking on the "New Link+" button:





Will input my text and the respected URL and click "Save Changes":





My new link is generated on the fly:





Also, under "Actions" there is a dropdown option called  "Edit Menu" where you can further customize your menu:





On click, a module will display where you can assign a Nickname and System Name for your menu:





On cloned menus, there will be an additional field where you can assign a custom CSS class for this element:





How Can I Create Dropdown Menus?


By simply draging the menu element under another, please see the GIF below to learn how:





My new dropdown link is generated on the fly:





And now our "Contact" menu link has an icon next to it, indicates there are dropdown options attached:





More Editing Options For Menu Links


Every menu link comes with a "Edit" button that helps you make additional changes:





In this view, you will have these options:





Meta Title Text


This section can be used if you want to add some seo boost to your links.


Link / Text Link CSS Class


In this section, you can add preferred CSS Class to the <a> element. This is ideal place to use pre-maid Bootstrap classes if needed.


<li> CSS Class


In this section, you can add preferred CSS Class to the <li> element. This is ideal place to use pre-maid Bootstrap classes if needed.


Link / Text Inline Style Attribute


In this section, you can add preferred style elements to the <a> element. 


<li> Inline Style Attribute


In this section, you can add preferred style elements to the <li> element. 


Add no-follow


This setting will indicate if search engines should follow this link or not.


Open in new window


This settings will indicate if the link should open in a new tab or not.



If you would like to know more about how edit your menu link options, please check the article down below. 5-10 minutes to read.


How To Edit The Options For Menu Links