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Revision as of 08:06, 5 June 2013

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Introduction to Menu Management


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Recommended Reading


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General Information


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FAQs


<translate> List of all articles belonging to the categories "FAQ" AND "Menu Management"</translate> <translate>

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Menu Management Tutorials


<translate> List of all articles belonging to the categories "Tutorials" AND "Menu Management".</translate> <translate>


Menu Management Help Screens


<translate> Menu Item Manager Help Screen</translate> <translate> Version</translate> <translate> Description</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Article Archived</translate> Joomla 3.x <translate> Used to show a list of Archived Articles. The Archived Article list can be displayed by date, filtered, and intro text added as shown below.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Article Categories</translate> Joomla 3.x <translate> Used to show a list of Categories. Categories are shown in a hierarchical list, as shown below. Depending on the selected options for this layout, you can click on a category Title to show the articles in that category.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Article Category Blog</translate> Joomla 3.x <translate> Used to show articles belonging to a specific Category in a blog layout. Controls the Introduction or Leading Article, additional Articles with intro text, and additional links to more Articles in the same category. Some examples of settings for the Blog Layout format include: number of articles, article columns, across or down layouts, and number of additional links. See the Advanced Details Tab for all this menu item.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Article Category List</translate> Joomla 3.x <translate> Used to show articles belonging to a specific Category in a list layout.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Article Create</translate> Joomla 3.x <translate> Allows users to submit an article. Normally this is available only to users who have logged in to the front end of the site. Users must have permission to create articles. When the Create Article page is shown in the front end, the screen shows as examples in the following Front End Screenshots section.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Article Featured</translate> Joomla 3.x <translate> Used to show all Articles that have been tagged as Featured. Articles are shown in a Blog Layout.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Article Single Article</translate> Joomla 3.x <translate> Used to show one article in the front end of the site.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Contact Categories</translate> Joomla 3.x <translate> Used to show a list of contact categories within a category.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Contact Category</translate> Joomla 3.x <translate> Used to show contacts belonging to a specific Category in a list layout. Settings include: Contact Details, Contact Form, presentation(slider, tabs, plain view), and Email subject and message filters.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Contact Featured</translate> Joomla 3.x <translate> Used to show a list of featured contacts.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Contact Single Contact</translate> Joomla 3.x <translate> Used to show a Single Contact. Settings include: Contact Details, Contact Form, presentation(slider, tabs, plain view), and Email subject and message filters.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Display Site Configuration</translate> Joomla 3.x <translate> This menu item can be helpful to new Joomla! super-users to easily change the site configurations. This will provide some of the important site configurations in front end. Therefore after a change, super-user will see the results immediately.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Display Template Options</translate> Joomla 3.x <translate> This menu item can be helpful to new Joomla! super-users to easily change the template options. This will provide current template options in front end. Options to display can be customized. Therefore after a change, super-user will see the results immediately.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item External URL</translate> Joomla 3.x <translate> Used to create a link to a website separate from your current Joomla! installation in a menu.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Manager</translate> Joomla 3.x <translate> The Menu Item Manager lists the menu items contained in a menu created using the Menu Manager.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Manager Edit</translate> Joomla 3.x <translate> Menu items are the core structure of a Joomla website. Each Menu Item is a link to a webpage. The Menu Item Type determines the type of page that will display when this menu choice is selected by the User. The core distribution of Joomla provides 29 different Menu Item types. If you install third-party extensions, these may add more menu types.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Menu Item Alias</translate> Joomla 3.x <translate> Used to create a link from one Menu Item to another Menu Item. This link can be to another Menu's, Menu Item or within the same Menu. See Quick Tips for use.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Menu Item Heading</translate> Joomla 3.x <translate> Used to provide a way to separate links with images or text in a menu. Some uses might be to give a title to a group of links or allow a short description before each link or groups of links. See the Front End Example screenshot below.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Newsfeed Categories</translate> Joomla 3.x <translate> Used to show a list of all RSS News Feed Categories. Categories are shown in a hierarchical list, as shown below. Depending on the selected options for this layout, you can click on a category Title to show the News Feeds in that category.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Newsfeed Category</translate> Joomla 3.x <translate> Used to show a list of all RSS News Feeds in a Category. Depending on the selected options for this layout, you can include subcategories of a News Feed category.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Newsfeed Single Newsfeed</translate> Joomla 3.x <translate> Used to show a single RSS News Feed. The News Feed is selected from the list of News Feeds created in New/Edit News Feeds.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Search Results</translate> Joomla 3.x <translate> Used to create a 'Search Form' page for users to search site's content. Additional, used to control output look of search results or 'can' the results of a search with a menu link for preset search term or terms.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Tags Items Compact List</translate> Joomla 3.x <translate> Used to create a 'Compact List of Tagged Items' page per tag(s) selected.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Tags Items List</translate> Joomla 3.x <translate> Used to create a 'Tagged List of Items' page per tag(s) selected.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Tags Items List All</translate> Joomla 3.x <translate> Used to create a 'List of All Tags' page per tag(s) selected.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Text Separator</translate> Joomla 3.x <translate> Used to provide a way to separate links with images or text in a menu. Some uses might be to give a title to a group of links or allow a short description before each link or groups of links. See the Front End Example screenshot below.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item User Login</translate> Joomla 3.x <translate> Used to create a 'User Login Form' page for users to login to the website.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item User Password Reset</translate> Joomla 3.x <translate> Used to create a form which allows a user to reset their password with an email sent to the user's email associated with the account.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item User Profile</translate> Joomla 3.x <translate> Used to create a form which allows a user to see their profile settings.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item User Profile Edit</translate> Joomla 3.x <translate> Used to create a form which allows a user to edit their profile settings.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item User Registration</translate> Joomla 3.x <translate> Used to create a default User Registration form for user registration. Default form contains basic information: Name, Username, Password, and Email Address.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item User Reminder</translate> Joomla 3.x <translate> Used to create a form which allows a user to request an e-mail with their username.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Weblink Categories</translate> Joomla 3.x <translate> Used to show a list of all Web Link Categories. Categories are shown in a hierarchical list, as shown below. Depending on the selected options for this layout, you can click on a category Title to show the Web Links in that category.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Weblink Category</translate> Joomla 3.x <translate> Used to show a list of Web Links in a Category. Categories are shown in a hierarchical list, parent with child (sub) categories. Depending on the selected layout options, click on a category Title to show the Web Links in that category or sub categories.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Weblink Submit</translate> Joomla 3.x <translate> Used to show a Web Link submission form in Front End (website) allowing users with permission to submit Web Links.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Wrapper</translate> Joomla 3.x <translate> Used to create a page with embedded content using an IFrame with control of iframe size, width and height.</translate>
<translate> Menu Management Help Screen</translate> <translate> Version</translate> <translate> Description</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Article Archived</translate> Joomla 2.5 <translate> Used to show a list of Articles that have been Archived and can be searched by date, as shown below.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Article Categories</translate> Joomla 2.5 <translate> Used to show a list of Categories. Categories are shown in a hierarchical list, as shown below. Depending on the selected options for this layout, you can click on a category Title to show the articles in that category.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Article Category Blog</translate> Joomla 2.5 <translate> Used to show articles belonging to a specific Category in a blog layout.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Article Category List</translate> Joomla 2.5 <translate> Used to show articles belonging to a specific Category in a list layout.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Article Create</translate> Joomla 2.5 <translate> Allows users to submit an article. Normally this is available only to users who have logged in to the front end of the site.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Article Featured</translate> Joomla 2.5 <translate> Used to show all Articles that have been tagged as Featured. Articles are shown in a Blog Layout.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Article Single Article</translate> Joomla 2.5 <translate> Used to show one article in the front end of the site.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Contact Categories</translate> Joomla 2.5 <translate> Used to show a list of all Contact Categories.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Contact Category</translate> Joomla 2.5 <translate> Used to show contacts belonging to a specific Category in a list layout.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Contact Featured</translate> Joomla 2.5 <translate> Used to show all Contacts that have been tagged as Featured. Contacts are shown in a Category Layout.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Contact Single Contact</translate> Joomla 2.5 <translate> Used to show a single contact from the contacts component.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item External URL</translate> Joomla 2.5 <translate> This particular menu item is used for creating a link to a website separate from your current Joomla! installation in a menu.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Finder Search</translate> Joomla 2.5 <translate> Used to create a page for Smart Search Results, which can be used in conjunction with a Smart Search module to control Search Results Page's layout. Ability to 'can' Smart Search results to specific filters to control a search.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Manager</translate> Joomla 2.5 <translate> The Menu Item Manager lists the menu items contained in a menu created using the Menu Manager.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Manager Edit</translate> Joomla 2.5 <translate> Menu items are the core structure of a Joomla website. Each Menu Item is a link to a webpage. The Menu Item Type determines the type of page that will display when this menu choice is selected by the User. The core distribution of Joomla provides 29 different Menu Item types. If you install third-party extensions, these may add more menu types.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Menu Item Alias</translate> Joomla 2.5 <translate> Used to create a link from one Menu Item to another Menu Item. This link can be to another Menu's, Menu Item or within the same Menu. See Quick Tips for use.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Newsfeed Categories</translate> Joomla 2.5 <translate> Used to show a list of all News Feed Categories.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Newsfeed Category</translate> Joomla 2.5 <translate> Used to show newsfeeds belonging to a specific Category in a list layout.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Newsfeed Single Newsfeed</translate> Joomla 2.5 <translate> Used to show a single newsfeed from the Newsfeeds component.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Search Results</translate> Joomla 2.5 <translate> Used to create a 'Search Form' page for users to search site's content. Additional, used to control output look of search results or 'can' the results of a search with a menu link for preset search term or terms.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Text Separator</translate> Joomla 2.5 <translate> Used to provide a way to separate links with images or text in a menu. Some uses might be to give a title to a group of links or allow a short description before each link or groups of links.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item User Login</translate> Joomla 2.5 <translate> Used to create a 'User Login Form' page for users to login to the website.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item User Password Reset</translate> Joomla 2.5 <translate> Used to create a form which allows a user to reset their password with an email sent to the user's email associated with the account.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item User Profile</translate> Joomla 2.5 <translate> Shows the active user details when the page is navigated to. This Layout has no unique Parameters.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item User Profile Edit</translate> Joomla 2.5 <translate> Shows a table where the user can edit their profile when the page is navigated to. This Layout has no unique Parameters.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item User Registration</translate> Joomla 2.5 <translate> Used to create a default User Registration form for user registration. Default form contains basic information: Name, Username, Password, and Email Address.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item User Reminder</translate> Joomla 2.5 <translate> Used to create a form which allows a user to request an e-mail with their username.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Weblink Categories</translate> Joomla 2.5 <translate> Used to show a list of all Weblink Categories.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Weblink Categories</translate> Joomla 2.5 <translate> Used to show a list of all Weblink Categories.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Weblink Category</translate> Joomla 2.5 <translate> Used to show a list of Web Links in a Category. Categories are shown in a hierarchical list, parent with child (sub) categories. Depending on the selected layout options, click on a category Title to show the Web Links in that category or sub categories.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Weblink Submit</translate> Joomla 2.5 <translate> Used to show a Web Link submission form in Front End (website) allowing users with permission to submit Web Links.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Wrapper</translate> Joomla 2.5 <translate> Used to create a page with embedded content using an IFrame with control of iframe size, width and height.</translate>
<translate> Menu Manager Help Screens</translate> <translate> Version</translate> <translate> Description</translate>
<translate> Components Menus Configuration</translate> Joomla 3.x <translate> Menu Options allow the setting of parameters used globally on all menus such as, Title, CSS Class and Permissions.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Item Finder Search</translate> Joomla 3.x <translate> Used to create a page for Smart Search Results, which can be used in conjunction with a Smart Search module to control Search Results Page's layout. Ability to 'can' Smart Search results to specific filters to control a search.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Manager</translate> Joomla 3.x <translate> Menus allow a user to navigate through the site. A menu is an object which contains one or more menu items. Each menu item points to a logical page on the site. A menu module is required to place the menu on the page. One menu can have more than one module. For example, one module might show only the first level menu items and a second module might show the level 2 menu items.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Manager Edit</translate> Joomla 3.x <translate> Go to the Menu Manager by clicking on the Menu Manager icon in the Control Panel, or by clicking on 'Menu Manager' in the 'Menus' menu. After that, click on the 'New' button in the toolbar, or select a menu and click on the 'Edit' button.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Manager Options</translate> Joomla 3.x <translate> You can set options of your menus in this screen.</translate>
<translate> Menu Manager Help Screens</translate> <translate> Version</translate> <translate> Description</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Manager</translate> Joomla 2.5 <translate> Menus allow a user to navigate through the site. A menu is an object which contains one or more menu items. Each menu item points to a logical page on the site. A menu module is required to place the menu on the page. One menu can have more than one module. For example, one module might show only the first level menu items and a second module might show the level 2 menu items.</translate>
<translate> Menus Menu Manager Edit</translate> Joomla 2.5 <translate> You can add or modify menus in this screen.</translate>