Under Menu Settings, check “Provide a menu link.” More options will then appear.
The menu link title is how the page will display in the navigation. It is by default set to the title of the page when the page was created. This is changeable, but make sure the menu link title is either the same as the title of the page or something similar enough so users know where the menu item will lead.
It is not necessary to fill the description item.
The parent item is navigation item one level above this page in the page hierarchy. Always select the parent item from the pulldown menu. It is organized in hierarchical fashion. Each lower level is indented, with the highest level being the main menu, the second level being the six main sections of the main navigation (About, Academics, Admissions, Administration, Student Services, and News/Events), and lower levels branching off into different departments.
It is important that you select the correct parent item, or you may be unable to locate your page.
» Never leave this field as the default value.
Weight controls what order this item will appear in the menu. A negative weight will make the item “float” higher up in the menu. A positive number will sink it down. The weight is relative to other items that share the same parent, so, unless you know the weight of those items, it can be difficult to order your menu in this way.
Since the website content is contained within a database, there is no folder and file structutre to set hierarchy in the site. By default links to regular "pages" are ...node/1234. These are not friendly for humans to remember or for search engines to index, so we need to set the link, also referred to as a URL or path, for the page.
To set a proper URL for a piece of content, go to the section called URL Path Alias.
Departmental pages are subdomains, e.g. english.barnard.edu, set URLs for these via Domain-specific Paths - fill in the rest of the path in the text box below the domain. Setting the path specific to the domain allows everyone to have about, courses, faculty, etc. without turning the pages into about-2, courses-0, faculty-5.
The path should reflect where the page is in the navigation. For example, let’s say you are creating a page about Financial Information to be included in the Course Catalogue. The Parent Item in the navigation is Course Catalogue (http://barnard.edu/catalogue), making the path catalogue/financial-information.
› do not begin with a slash
› use all lower case letters
› use hyphens or underscores - no spaces, no ampersands
› to be search-engine friendly, try not to abbreviate
Departmental, Center and Library sites:
Until Published is selected in this section, the page will remain in draft state which is not visible to visitors.