Submenu Example: Text Links
Text links at the top of each page (like those above) can serve as a simple, unobtrusive navigation on pages with related content.
Best for: linking to 4 or 5 pages with substantial content on each page, no HTML knowledge required.
Cons: you must insert and update the links on each page individually.
- In Visual mode, at the top of your page, type the text for each menu item separated by several spaces.
- Drag your cursor to highlight each menu item and click the Insert Link button in the toolbar to link the text to a page; repeat for each.
- Make your menu items bold to help them stand out.
- Copy the menu and paste at the top of each page where you want the submenu to appear.
Last updated: 5/20/2016