Module "Website"

This module covers website navigation tools and html-formatted text that doesn't need to be categorized in articles or found through website search tools.

This is the module you use to make initial setup of your website pages.

These are the website module windows
Horizontal menu
The horizontal menu window is used to create a horizontal menu. It may have the drop-down submenus, or not. Here are a few examples of how this window can be used:
This window is used to place html-formatted text into any zone. You don't need to know HTML to put the text in. However, placing images or complex elements will need such knowledge. You can also use this window to place HTML-code of counter, soclal-media widgets etc. on your page. Example of HTML-formatted text is shown below.
Vertical menu
Verical menu window is used to make vertical list of site pages. See the examples.
Panel menu
This menu window presents the site pages in a nice, panel drop-down manner.
Bread Crumbs
This window let user see the path from the current page to the homepage.
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Article list layout
There are many presets to show your article list. But if you don't like any of those - you can always create your own by selecting the "According to template" option in the Image tab of your article list (Article list > Image position > According to template). You do need to know some html and css to do that though.
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