Tutorial At A Glance
The drop-down menu can be very beneficial for anyone creating a website. It can save space on your web page and keep the page looking clean and simple to navigate. You can add a drop-down menu to your CommonSpot page simply by following this tutorial.
To insert the “Drop-down Menu” element follow these three (3) steps:
- Insert the custom element “Dropdown Menu (Multilevel)”
- Choose the titles for the levels in your drop-down menu
- Adjust the settings
Detailed Tutorial – pdf
To create a drop-down menu insert the element “Dropdown Menu (Multilevel) ” and follow these three (3) steps:
Step 1: Insert the custom element on your page where you want it to be displayed by clicking on this icon.
Step 2: Now click on the gear icon to define the titles of the levels in your drop-down menu. You can add a sub-level of a title by adding in a “+” sign directly underneath of the desired sub-level followed by the text you would like to include.
Step 3: Now click on the “Advanced Settings” tab. Here you can change the text alignment, width of submenus, background color, font color, and a customized border. Checking the box at the top of the advanced settings menu will assign the default styles to your element.
Click save and that’s it! You’re drop down menu will look something like this: