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  1. I have not really had to make a site from the ground up in quite a bit as I have been mainly focused on internal apps using processwire. However, I have now been tasked with creating a site and I was quite excited. I started down the path of using bulma as it seemed like a good fit. I got the whole site coded statically and was not moving on to porting it over to processwire. I pretty much have the the whole site figured out save for tackling the navbar. My current navbar is set up as so: <section id="nav"> <nav class="navbar" role="navigation" aria-label="main navigation"> <div class="navbar-brand"> <a class="navbar-item is-size-3 has-text-primary" href="#">Logo goes here</a> <a role="button" class="navbar-burger burger" aria-label="menu" aria-expanded="false" data-target="navbarBasicExample"> <span aria-hidden="true"></span> <span aria-hidden="true"></span> <span aria-hidden="true"></span> </a> </div> <div id="navbarBasicExample" class="navbar-menu"> <div class="navbar-end"> <a class="navbar-item">Home</a> <div class="navbar-item has-dropdown is-hoverable"> <a class="navbar-link">Services</a> <div class="navbar-dropdown"> <a class="navbar-item">Subpage</a> <a class="navbar-item">Subpage</a> <a class="navbar-item">Subpage</a> <a class="navbar-item">Subpage</a> </div> </div> <a class="navbar-item">Gallery</a> <a class="navbar-item">Contact Us</a> </div> </div> </nav> </section> I guess my question is how would you go about setting this up in processwire? All pages will obviously be subpages of Home with the following structure Home --Services ----Subpage ----Subpage ----Subpage ----Subpage --Gallery --Contact Us
  2. hi everyone I am trying get a full width sub-menu on 3rd item in menu or navbar which is coming from a loop. i was hoping this can be done by using jquery by targeting 3rd element in navbar but jquery is blocked in some browser by default so is there any other method I can do this
  3. Hey there guys, Current situation: The page structure looks like this: Home ->About ->->Page 1 ->->Page 2 ->Test This structure comes back in the navbar menu. I'm using bootstrap as css/js framework. "About" is the visible container for the dropdown menu of Page 1 and Page 2. I click on About and then I see Page 1 and Page 2 which is great. What I would like to have is this: Home ->About ->Page 1 ->Page 2 ->Test and still have "About" as the visible container for Page 1 and Page 2 in the navbar so it acts like it's parent (without being an actual parent). Is there any way in processwire to have such parent page without an actual page? To get the bootstrap navbar working with the processwire page structure I was following this tutorial http://wiki.processwire.com/index.php/Bootstrap_Navbar
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