N/APosted on - 04/07/2012
I am using Drupal to build a website. I need to assign specific page for each menu. How do i assign specific page for each menu?
Assigning specific pages to menus in Drupal
The Admin Panel needs to check for your menu is enabled in pages (nodes) content type. Menu links should be added, to add it to that particular menu use settings Make sure that "menu add link" section correct path field had been assigned and to assign specific pages of the menu you need to enable this. You need to follow the following steps:
1. From the Menu:
Go to Structure > Content Type > Click Edit > Select Menu Settings > Select the Checkbox of the Menu those you would need.
2. Add the link to that Menu:
Go to Structure > Menus > Menu to edit and click to add a link.
The title, Path Field, Description, Enable, Parent Link, Weight list (optional) fields needs to enter in the menu add link.
An easy to understand the title should be entered as the menu would display it.
A path for the link should be entered in the Path Field. This can be an internal Drupal path like node/add (http://yoursitename.com/node) or an external URL like http://yoursitename.com/aboutus the Description and enable any of the following options:
a. Enabled: The link would not display in the menu, if it's not enabled. (You must make sure to enable this option.)
b. Expanded: Once this option is enabled then the menu link will always expand and will show all the sub links if any.
You need to select a primary link in the Parent Link list.
The Weight List shows the order of the menu. This is an optional field. By selecting the relative weight of the link, it will show the "lightest" weight higher in the menu. The identical weight link will show in alphabetical order.
The front page will reflect it once you click for save.