I have links to a page of FAQs and a page called “About us” in my custom menu. On the front page, you’ll even find links to the various pages. However, I think it’s unattractive to have the page links visible among the well-designed marketing spots and other front-page products. When I hide the page links from the menu, they are no longer available.
Essential was created with Mary’s system in mind. Add your links, files, content, and so on to the Main Menu block, then transfer it to the red area on the Frontpage marked “Administrators Only.”
I’m using 3.4.2, and the drop-down menu layout seems to have changed over time? It’s been working well for the past four years, right? I just found that my main item root menu is made with the “front page” menu rather than the “categories layout” menu when I looked at my categories layout? All works well, but the “front side” menu item in the main menu says it’s deprecated? I haven’t touched the menus in a long time, but everything seems to be in working order. I’m worried that this will lead to problems in potential upgrades? I tried flipping my main item menu page to a “class menu” page, but the whole structure isn’t pleased. All needs to be redirected to the new category main tab, and it appears that I have some drop down menu overrides that are apparently linked to the old “front page” menu? Will it be a bad idea to retain the “front tab” menu rather than switching to a “class menu” instead? Quote of gratitude Will it be a bad idea to retain the “front tab” menu rather than switching to a “class menu” instead? Since the old front page has been depreciated for at least two years, there’s a good chance it’ll be removed entirely in a big update. The new “just cat” page layout is much more adaptable than the previous FP page layout.
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Hello there. I read the article about hiding the Rise navigation menu, but I’m curious if it’s possible to cover the menu on the front page while keeping the navigation open once they’ve entered the course? I’d like to have the sidebar menu open when they arrive, but I don’t want them to see the list when they get to the course’s front page.
It seems that you want to cover the lesson titles that appear on the front page. As a result, your learners will not see the agenda when they first join your course, but they will see the list on the side once they begin.
For the time being, you can choose between keeping the front page menu and the sidebar menu, or fully removing all menus. There isn’t a third way to keep the sidebar menu open when removing the front page menu. However, I’m happy to make a suggestion to our Product team for the third choice!
Another tip: If you’re not intending to use a learning management system (LMS), you can skip the front menu page entirely by connecting to the first lesson in your course. Bret, one of my colleagues, put together a fast tutorial on the subject.