August 25, 2011 at 9:42 pm #1624August 25, 2011 at 10:28 pm #16568Syahir HakimKeymaster
Add a ‘custom link’ to your menu, by inserting a dummy URL for the link, something like
http://#. After you’ve added the link, just go to that custom link in your menu, expand it and delete the URL.August 27, 2011 at 12:22 pm #16569MAMember
I don’t think this solved my problem. We may not be talking about the same thing, but that’s my fault for not explaining myself properly.
Here’s a picture of where I’d like to remove the link:
‘Exhibitions’ is a parent page, but there’s nothing on it. I would like to keep it in the navigation bar, but remove the link: making it unclickable.
If that’s not possible, I’d like to be able to redirect people to another page, like the top page of the drop down.
Thanks again Syahir, maybe what you said is the solution to my problem, but I can’t seem to get a custom menu in my main navigation bar (I can put it just below the nav bar, like a 2nd navigation bar. But not with the other parent pages.)August 27, 2011 at 1:36 pm #16570Kenneth John OdleModerator
Try it this way:
Do what Syahir suggests, but name the dummy link with the name of the parent page you don’t want clickable. It will look like a parent page, it won’t be a link.
KenSeptember 19, 2011 at 2:16 pm #16571AdrianwMember
The trick with custom links looks as though it would work with custom menus.
But what if I have a completely auto-generated menu?
Is there a way to add a custom link to that?September 20, 2011 at 1:34 am #16572Kenneth John OdleModerator
What do you mean by “completely auto-generated menu”? If you mean the default menu that just shows up automatically, then, no. You’d have to create a custom menu to take its place.
If you mean a custom menu where you’ve clicked “automatically add new top-level pages,” then yes, you can.
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