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Descripción

Los menús permiten a un usuario navegar por el sitio. Un menú es un objeto que contiene uno o más elementos de menú. Cada elemento de menú apunta a una página lógica en el sitio. Un módulo de menú es necesario para colocar el menú en la página. Un menú puede tener más de un módulo. Por ejemplo, un módulo puede mostrar sólo el primer nivel de los elementos de menú y un segundo módulo, puede mostrar el nivel 2 de los elementos de menú.

The Menus list provides an overview of the menus available on a Joomla site. This includes the details of each individual menu's number of items published, unpublished and trashed, and the names of linked modules.

The process for adding a menu to the site is normally as follows:

  1. Crear un nuevo menú (usando esta pantalla).
  1. Create one or more new menu items for the menu. Each menu item will have a specific menu item type.
  1. Create one or more menu modules to display the menu on the site. When you create the modules, you will select which menu items (pages) the modules will show on.

Cómo Acceder

  • Select Menus  Manage from the Administrator menu.

Captura de pantalla

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Column Headers

Clicking on the title of a column will sort the table view by the column. A down arrow next to the column title means ascending order and an up arrow means descending order. The default sort is by ID# in ascending order.

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  • Title. The name of the menu.
  • # Published. Number of published menu items in this menu.
  • # Unpublished. Number of unpublished menu items in this menu.
  • # Trashed. Number of trashed menu items in this menu.
  • Linked Modules. Lists any menu modules associated with the menu. The column shows the module's name, access level, and position on template.

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Deleting a menu also deletes all the menu items it contains and any associated menu modules. On clicking Delete you will be asked to confirm that you want to delete the selected menus. Clicking OK button will delete the menus. Click Cancel to abort the deletion.

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Quick Tips

  • It is expedient to give a descriptive title for new menus because, later, you will see it in the Backend Menus menu. It is a good idea to fill in the Description field with information about the menu. If you enter a short title in the Module title field, you can identify the menu's module using that title in the Module Manager.
  • Though you can create a copy of a selected menu by clicking the Copy toolbar button, you can make another instance in the Module Manager as well.
  • When you create a new menu, use only English alphanumeric characters without space in the Unique Name field. It is a good idea using only a-z, 0-9 and underscore (_) characters.
  • If you don't enter a Module title, no module will be created and the menu cannot be displayed in the front end. However you can use the Module Manager later to create a new mod_mainmenu module, and assign it to the menu.
  • If you delete an existing menu, do not forget that all the menu items of the respective menu will be also deleted.
  • The Main Menu has your default menu item, so it should not be deleted. The default menu item is defines the page that is displayed when you visit www.yoursite.com, and your site will not function if it is deleted. It is usually your Home menu item but it can be set to any menu item including a menu item in a hidden menu. If you change the default menu item, make sure that you don't delete that menu item either! The menu with the default menu item is marked with an asterisk (*) in the Menus menu.

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