Connect pages related to a product with a secondary header
- Who can do it? Administrators, Editors
- How to reach it? Marketing > Navigation
Most websites, especially those with a lot of content or functionality, need navigation menus. But as a website grows in complexity, guiding users to that content and functionality shouldn’t be the job of any one menu. All of that content just doesn’t always fit in one large menu, no matter how organized it may be. While many websites need more than two, all websites have at least two main menus: primary and secondary.
Secondary navigation is for content that is of secondary interest to the user. Any content that does not serve the primary goal of the website but that users might still want would go here. Secondary header can be of great use to show related pages.
Create a menu and add links that you want to show in the secondary header. The name of the menu will be shown on the left hand side while the links will be shown on right hand side.
Once the secondary menu is created, go to the edit page of the category and attach the menu. The secondary menu will now be shown on all pages where this category is set. In this example Humane Sites.