Use this widget to display website navigation. The widget displays only visible pages.
You first configure the Navigation widget when you drop it on a page, then you can use the widget template to customize its behavior and appearance, then you can apply a CSS to style it.
For more information, see Customize the Navigation widget.
After you have dragged the Navigation widget on your page you must configure it to display navigation links.
NOTE: You can select both external pages and pages from Sitefinity.
For navigation templates that have more than one level of navigation, you can setup the depth of the navigation nodes.
Under Levels to include, select one of the following:
You can also setup how many navigation levels to display in your navigation, using the widget template.
For more information, see Set the levels of the Navigation widget.
By default, pages are cached, which means that Navigation widgets on pages are cached as well. This may cause issues such as anonymous users being able to see restricted pages or authenticated users not being able to see restricted pages. To avoid such cases, you can modify the output cache settings of Navigation widgets. To do so:
You can apply responsive design for the Navigation widget only. This way its appearance will be different for different devices, used to view the website.
You can do this, using Sitefinity CMS Responsive Design feature. To do this, in the main menu, click Design » Responsive & Mobile Design.
For more information, see Overview: Responsive design.
You can also apply responsive design to the Navigation widget, using the widget template.
For more information, see Create responsive design without Sitefinity CMS Responsive Design feature.
If you have selected to display all nodes under a particular parent page, you can choose whether you want to display the parent node in the beginning of the navigation.
For more information, see Display the parent node in the Navigation widget.
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