Pure SEO CMS will create top, side and bottom menus automatically.
The following code is for one menu and the program duplicates this for each page of the site.
The start and end repeat tags identify the code to be duplicated and the page name and link values are placed instead of the relevant tag.
Building menus automatically can save hours and will ensure that the links are never wrong.
Here is a basic menu list example
The title can include the menu name.
Leave out the repeat tags and no menu will be added.
Add your own html or CSS tags to customise the menu.
Each menu group in Pure SEO CMS can have many sub pages.
You can add one subpage menu list per page either within the top or side menu.
Simply add the subpage repeat tags within the main menu repeat tags and customise the code as you require.
Subpage menu example
Pure SEO CMS does not use lists for menus but builds them from pure text and areas. This is because we find it gives increased flexibility, more reliable cross browser performance, less conflict with page lists in the body content and it works with our CSS design wizard
Typical full sidemenu example
Note how the grouplive tag identifies the page that is open.
Version 3.51 and above can automatically create a drop down menu.
Simply adapt one of our examples or embed the following code.
DON'T forget to upload the dropdowntabs.js file into the scripts directory.
For a drop dowm menu place this code in the template and style sheet and add the dropdowntabs.js script in the scripts directory
The title tag for links will help screen readers inform the user where the link will take them. Write any text and use the page name tag to identify the page each menu will open.
The tabindex tag will tell a browser the link tab order for when the user presses the tab key. Adding a simple tabindex="(!--@Groupnumber--)" or "(!--@GroupTnumber--)" to the side or top menu links will the number of each menu group. Sub menu page links are added automatically.
The accesskey="(!--@Groupnumber--)" tag will allow users to press Alt N keys and then return, to access each section. Pure SEO-CMS uses numbers for each menu group to provide the N key value although take it out if you do not want it.
Pre 2.61c versions used title="?" tabindex="?" accesskey="?" and replace the ? with a text automatically. Now you can add any text and use the page name and number tag to say where it goes.