Adding a submenu to your website menu is a great way to organize your web pages and create a clean website experience for your site visitors. Watch this video to learn how to easily add submenu items using the Website.com Simple Editor.
Hi everyone! In this video I’ll show you how easy it is to make a submenu for your website.
Submenus are also called a drop down menu or a secondary menu.
So this is what a submenu looks like – where there are multiple pages or links under the menu item, “Shop.”
They are great because they allow you to categorise your website pages, and if you have a lot of pages, they limit the number of menu items on your header so you’ll have a cleaner, less overwhelming web design.
In the Website.com Simple Editor, I’ll take a look at my pages by clicking Manage Pages. Right now, these are all of the items that are on my menu.
You’ll see that “Gifts,” “Featured” and “Active Gear” are submenu items under “Shop.”
If you want to make a page or link a submenu under another menu item, all you have to do is hover your cursor over the left side of the menu item, click and drag it under and to the right.
So for example, if I want to make “Sale” a submenu under “Shop” I’ll just click where I see these dots appear, and drag it underneath “Shop” and to the right.
I put it under “Active Gear” because I want it to be the last item in the dropdown.
I can also make Our Story a dropdown under “About.”
You can also reorder your menu items by clicking and dragging up or down.
And remember that you can rename your page or links by clicking Edit, and click Rename Page or Rename Link.
We can take a look at the preview to see how your menu items appear.
That’s it! You’ll see how easy it is to create a submenu for your website.