The ‘local navigation’ is displayed throughout your site as a horizontal bar above your main content. Pages directly beneath your home page, which represent the main sections of your site, display as tabs in the local navigation:
The local navigation persists throughout the site so you can navigate to main sections no matter where you are in the site. As you navigate deeper, secondary navigation appears in a second row:
In the above examples, Why Warwick? is the current page. The local navigation expands to show the sub-pages Warwick Photos and Warwick Videos.
Hover over a tab to see a drop-down menu containing links to sub-pages:
Note: When you create new pages, the local navigation updates automatically. So, you don't need to manually create navigation links in the main content of your pages.
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