November 6, 2018 at 17:47 UTC - Views: 34 #57170
HI, I have Resources in header with pages under that I do want folks to go to but I do not want any redirection if “Resources” is click on. How to make this happen?
JeanNovember 6, 2018 at 17:58 UTC - Views: 35 #57172
Sorry I do not understand what you mean by “ I do not want any redirection“
And we need a link to the site ….November 6, 2018 at 18:38 UTC - Views: 28 #57173
Ok link is http://ib1.99a.myftpupload.com. In nav you will see Resources, well I want that there but no link to a page. Want all that is under it and they do have links. Just don’t want “Resources” to go anywhere.
JeanNovember 6, 2018 at 18:45 UTC - Views: 29 #57174
Sorry, but are you talking about the menu? A link to your site would go a long way towards clearing up the confusing question.
Just guessing, but what you want is a menu header that doesn’t actually have a page associated? That’s easy to arrange with Weaver Xtreme:
- Create a page “Resources.”
- At the bottom of the page is a list of Options with a tab for Misc Options.
- Click where it says, “Menu Placeholder Page.”
This allows “Resources” to be a menu item without being an actual web page of content.November 6, 2018 at 18:47 UTC - Views: 25 #57175
It’s so frustrating for me, not being able to upload a screenshot image to help you… 🙁November 6, 2018 at 19:03 UTC - Views: 23 #57177
Thank you worked perfect. Now I know how to do this, very easy in Weaver Xtreme PlusNovember 6, 2018 at 19:06 UTC - Views: 21 #57178
That is part of the basic Weaver Xtreme page options; you don’t need Plus.November 6, 2018 at 19:21 UTC - Views: 18 #57180
@bobthearch, you can post pictures here, you just have to upload them on your own cloud storage or web site and use the URL to display it hereNovember 6, 2018 at 19:30 UTC - Views: 17 #57181
The best way to create a menu for long term maintenance is to create a named custom menu using the Word Press menu creator menu. Then it is up to you to fill in a link for each item in the menu (most will be automatically filled in). You can create a top level item without a link by using # as the address, for example.
But all this is standard WordPress. Some time ago it was common to use a “default” menu, and use the page order and parent page options on each page, but this is much more difficult to maintain than a custom menu. Weaver Xtreme does have some options to support that legacy menu, but it is now better to use a custom menu.November 6, 2018 at 19:59 UTC - Views: 12 #57186
Uploading to a photo host and then inserting it here… That’s a lot of extra work for an image that I’m unlikely to ever use for anything else again.
Additionally, it’s best not to depend on third-party photo hosting. Remember Photobucket?
I’ve set up two forums, one with Simple Machines and one with MyBB. These both allow users to upload images, and can be set up with file size limits and upload limitations for different membership levels.
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