10.4 Customize the Application Menu

10.4 Customize the Application Menu

  
Hi there,

this video is cut. It only have 0:32 seconds. 

Best regards

João Ferreira
João Ferreira wrote:
Hi there,

this video is cut. It only have 0:32 seconds. 

Best regards

João Ferreira
 
 Hi João,

Just check it and it is working. Can you try again please.

Hi Andre Now is working perfectly. Thanks
Not sure if this is covered in upcoming tutorials but is it possible to create the menu at runtime depending on data in the database?
HI,

Yes it is. It is more error prone though. From the top of my mind you'll need a backoffice to manage the menu options and sub-menu options, including permissions and url. You can still use the drop down menu web block but you will need to use a list records widget to cyce throught the menu options and render them one by one...
You can also search in the forums I'm sure you will find a few posts refering to dynamic menus.

Cheers

Is there a way to get a 3rd, 4th , etc. menu level? I mean menus (level 1) with submenus (level2) with submenus (level 3), etc.
Rogerio Silva wrote:

Is there a way to get a 3rd, 4th , etc. menu level? I mean menus (level 1) with submenus (level2) with submenus (level 3), etc.
The default template was designed with only 2 level menus. It is possible to create more levels but it requires some work...