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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.
-- about us
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?
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
-- about us
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?
JoskeVemeulen, I went through a test for that scenario and I got the result you mentioned to get.
I did the following:
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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