With Bridgewebs it is possible to adjust the "Menu" more or less as you please.
You can redesign the "Menu" to suit your particular requirements. You could have all pages at the top level but then the menu might get quite long. It is probably better to group similar pages together. Bridgewebs will then, when a Second level page is clicked, open up the Second Level group to show the user similar pages.
The first set of buttons allows you to move the menu around and add new pages. NOTE, you are only changing the menu and this will not affect any other information stored on your web site.
There are 3 banks of button
FIRST, click on the menu at the position that you want to make a change, the background will be highlighted, then click the appropriate button:
The first bank allow you to move the menu around
|Move an entry up the list.|
|Move an entry down the list.|
|Move an entry to the left, i.e. Top Level.|
|Move an entry to the right, i.e. Second Level.|
|You may need to add a header entry for a group of second level entries.|
|Delete an entry.|
The second bank allows you to add extra pages into the menu
|Add a new "News Page". You will then need to go to the "News" section and add the items for this page.|
|Add a new "Competition Page". You will then need to go to the "Competition" section and update the details for the Competition.|
|All other pages from the web site that are not included in the list.|
The third bank allows you to add any documents to the menu which you have already uploaded via the Document feature. This may be blank, buttons for Documents already in the menu are not included.