Customising the JA Purity template/customisations/Enabling hornav submenus

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First you have to create a menu with at least one submenu. In this example we have a menu called topmenu that has these links:

  1. Home
  2. About us
  3. Products
    1. Product A
    2. Product B
    3. Product C
  4. Contact us

After that you have to add a menu module in your page.
So, from the back end, go to extensions -> module manager -> new -> menu
Ensure to choose these parameters:

  • enabled = yes
  • position = hornav
  • menu name = the name of your menu, in this example is topmenu
  • menu style = list
  • always show sub-menu items = yes

Save and now you have finished.