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  • JoskerVemeulen 48 posts 220 karma points
    Feb 12, 2019 @ 13:59
    JoskerVemeulen
    0

    Hi!

    I have a scenario where I have a main top navigation and a footer navigation(privacy, copyright).

    What i would like is in the content section to have a mainNav and a footerNav node. Under these nodes i would like to build the navs.

    Example.

    topNav -- home

    -- about us

    -- contact

    footerNav

    -- privacy

    -- copyright

    Ofcourse Home should be the home page when landing on the website. When using the about us item you should go to www.site.com/about-us instead of www.site.com/topNav/about-us.

    Any ideas how to go about it this way?

  • David Challener 79 posts 339 karma points c-trib
    Feb 12, 2019 @ 23:14
    David Challener
    0

    Hi,

    Do topNav and footerNav have to be nodes?

    For most sites we're building we can either put the data for the navigation on the home node, on a general settings node, or just in the template for very small static sites.

    This would give you a structure of

    Home
      -- about us
      -- contact
      -- privacy
      -- copyright
    

    Then you can have a multi content picker for the mainNav and another field with a multi picker for the footerNav on the Home node document type.

    Would this work in your case?

    Many thanks, David

  • Abuabdellah 146 posts 643 karma points
    Feb 17, 2019 @ 10:25
    Abuabdellah
    100

    JoskeVemeulen, I went through a test for that scenario and I got the result you mentioned to get.

    I did the following:

    1. Create two document types Home (topNav) and Terms (footerNav) and made them as root with two child pages.
    2. Assign one master page template for all 6 document types.

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    Think about using folders to structure your site content and manage urls between pages and childs.

    I'm using Umbraco version 7.13.2 assembly: 1.0.6974.19955

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