The video explains how to change the sequence of the top navigation item in Power Pages. Power Pages uses Weblinkset to render menu items. Two approaches to changing the menu item's navigation sequence are provided. The steps entail understanding the menu structure, which is represented by two entities, the Web Link Set and the Web Link. The former represents a group of links, while the latter represents the link to a specific page or an external URL. These can also define an image to be displayed and the order to be shown. Another step involves hiding unwanted pages from the menu using the Portals Studio.
This guide to manipulating Power Pages’ top navigation provides essential insights on managing content visibility and sequence. Understanding the function of Web Link Set and Web Link within your Portal's menu structure is pivotal. The Web Link Set denotes a group of links, possibly a main menu, while the Web Link leads to a specific page or external URL. Controlling undesired pages from menu display via Portals Studio allows for a streamlined user interface, enhancing the overall browsing experience.
Microsoft Power Pages enable users to customize the sequence of top navigation items on their page. To do this, users must first understand the menu structure, which is represented by two entities in the CDS environment: a Web Link Set, which represents a group of links, and a Web Link, which represents the link to a specific page in the Portal or an external URL. Additionally, users can define an image to be displayed and the order to be shown in the Web Link Set. The next step is to hide unwanted pages from the menu. This is done in the Portals Studio, which deactivates the Web Link record in the CDS so that it does not appear. After this, users can change the sequence of Menu Items by opening the Web Link Set record in the CDS; here, users can adjust the order of the menu items and save their changes. Finally, users must clear the cache; they can do this by navigating to Settings > Administration > System Settings > Advanced > Clear Cache, and click ‘Submit’ to clear the cache and see their changes. With these steps, users can successfully change the sequence of top navigation items in Power Pages.
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