just realised something, which might be a small bug (or maybe I am too stupid to realize the real functionality...).
When having the main menu, create a menu item, e.g. 'Products' and some sub-menus like 'Product A', 'Product B' and 'Product C'. Fill all four pages with content ('Products' plus the three sub-product pages) and refresh your page. You will see the drop-down menu and you can click on all the sub-menu items. Very sadly, you cannot click on the main menu item (in this case 'Products'), which might have relevant content as well.
Any idea's? Hints? Also asked some friends of mine to check if they get to the respective page - they also did not find a way, beside entering the link name in the browser :-)
P.s.: Site is not locked, etc. In other themes (beside the bootstrap), it works without any hazzles.
Thanks for taking a look into this!
And..... (sorry, to use this thread as well, but somehow this is linked to the 1st post):
Is there a chance to integrate a 'side menu' (on the right side), which shows all the menu-items (inkl. 2nd and 3rd level)? Tried to google and search the forum - but somehow I am too stupid to do so. Any hints on this one? Some of the other themes have that, but I am not able to allocate the content box on the relevant side....
Thanks as well for this one!
Is there a chance to integrate a 'side menu' (on the right side), which shows all the menu-items
If there's not a side menu in the layout you're currently using, you'll need to edit the template.php file.
If there is a side menu already, select "Edit This Layout" from the admin toolbar. Then select "Insert" from the highlighted area above the sidebar. From the dialog that opens, select "Link Menus", check "All Links" and click "Add New Menu".
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