This article would show you how to edit the menu on your website and how to create tabs and sub-tabs to reduce the number of items in the menu .
Editing the menu on your website is a simple process that is very similar to a standard website. To start changing the menu, access your account's dashboard, access the website builder, and click on Menu Manager.
As shown in the example below, once the pages are created, the menu would populate all the pages separately. You would then need to arrange the menu in an hierarchy as per the page structure.
To order the menu as required, access the 'Menu Manager' under the 'website builder' section. Here you would see the current menu structure. Simply rearrange the menu by dragging and dropping the pages as per the requirements.
Additionally, in case you want to add a Sub Tab under a Tab, you could also do it as shown in the GIF above. By moving a page tab forward, it automatically becomes the sub-tab of the page tab listed directly above.
Tabs With No Page
Another use of the menu editor can be when you need to create a sub tab on a tab. In a menu, if there are sub tabs in the main tab, then the tab does not open. Clicking on the main Tab simply shows the sub-tabs that exist under it. Now each tab is usually a page, so here's how do you create a tab with no page on Knorish:
Under the website builder, access the pages section
Here, to create a tab on the menu without actually creating a page for it, simply click on the New Page Button and complete the details listed on the next page.
Once all the details are filled, select 'Start Empty' at the bottom of the section. Then click on Display In Top Menu. and then select Publish page.
Save the changes and once the page has been added in the pages list, head back to website builder and align pages in the menu as needed.
Use these steps to reorder the entire menu.
Remember: This is an important step since the websites created are mobile responsive. What that means is that if you don't structure your menu and if there are too many tabs, then the website's menu and the page may not display properly on a mobile device.