This setting enables more content to be displayed about your secondary pages, including an optional module.
Top Navigation now supports an optional layout called Jumbo Navigation. When this is enabled, the dropdown in the navigation bar for each top-level page will show additional navigation for its child pages.
Jumbo Top Navigation will display information about the children of that top-level page. This will be shown in a four-column row. By default, each column will show navigational links to each child page's children. The display can be further adjusted in each child's Page Properties to show descriptive text. An alternate layout can display just the first three columns plus a special shared content module in the fourth column.
Note that in small screen devices, this enhanced navigation will shrink down to collapsible links in the burger.
Jumbo Top Navigation requires a Top Navigation Component be present in your site's Header file.
In the header file, adjust the Top Navigation's Menu Setting. Change the dropdown to 'Jumbo Top Nav.'
By default, the Top Navigation dropdown for each top-level page will now display information about its first four child pages. This will be in a four column format, with navigational links to all of its children.
Remember to (re)activate this page to make this change live.
You can then further change what is shown in these four columns by adjusting the Page Properties for each top-level page's child. Depending on these settings, each column may show navigational links to all child pages (the default), or the page's title and a teaser description (plus any navigational links), or a special shared content module in the fourth column.
Remember to (re)activate these pages to make these changes live.
January 22, 2020