- Brajesh Singh on July 24, 2019 at 10:16 am #24334
Thank you for the clarification.
Is this possible to duplicate a main nav tab to the sub nav, and in this case how?
I am sorry but I do not understand it clearly.
If you want to add the main tab link as a link item in sub tab, sure. You can. Please us the url field while creating sub tab and link to main tab(using our dynamic url tags).
Hi Brajesh, I’m a bit stocked, so I hope you can guide me, as I can’t find any help in the documentation to my problem.
The documentation says: ‘Or you can create dynamic url that points to another profile tab/sub tab. This option is helpful to move a sub tab to main tab.’
But what about the other way around – how do I move a main tab to a sub tab?
- Brajesh Singh on July 30, 2019 at 7:15 pm #24417
Thank you for the questions.
A few clarifications fist.
1. Nav menu and url are different things. Nav menu link to certain url.
2. Since you want to move the nav menu, the urls remain same and so their accessibility/visibility remains same too. All you are doing is creating a new sub menu item and linking to the existing url/view.
This way, the visibility/availability of the url does not change. All you have changed is how the menu is organized.
Since you are not modifying the existing view, instead you are adding a new link to that view, The visibility/availability of the view is not affected.
If instead of creating a new link and applying the visibility/availability for the existing url, you modify it and apply changes in visibility/availability, you will find it working.
As far as dynamic urls are concerned, please see the tags([something]). Using the tag inside the url box will make that part dynamic(*for displayed/logged user).
- Brajesh Singh on July 30, 2019 at 8:33 pm #24421This reply has been marked as private.
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