[Silk UI Web] Make BreadCrumbs
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Hi everyone,

How to put the current ou nagivation pages into BreadCrumbs web block?

Can you help me please?

Thanks a lot,

Neide Gomes

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Solution

Hello Neide,

From the SilkUI patterns page:

How to useUsually placed above the page title. Define the separator icon, usually "angle_right", "caret_right" or "chevron_right". Place links for each level required to offer the navigation, with the exception of the last which would represent the current page. Leave empty the unrequired levels and these will not be rendered. In smartphones, only the last and previous to last labels are displayed

So, on each level, just put a link to the page that represent that level.
The last level (current page) you put just the name of the page (no link).
If the level is empty, it will not be shown.

Cheers,
Eduardo Jauch

Eduardo Jauch wrote:

Hello Neide,

From the SilkUI patterns page:

How to useUsually placed above the page title. Define the separator icon, usually "angle_right", "caret_right" or "chevron_right". Place links for each level required to offer the navigation, with the exception of the last which would represent the current page. Leave empty the unrequired levels and these will not be rendered. In smartphones, only the last and previous to last labels are displayed

So, on each level, just put a link to the page that represent that level.
The last level (current page) you put just the name of the page (no link).
If the level is empty, it will not be shown.

Cheers,
Eduardo Jauch

Hello Eduardo,

I appreciate very so much your help.

I did it and it worked. Thank you one more time.

Best regards,

Neide Gomes







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Hello Neide,

Nice. :)
Glad I could help.

Please, consider mark my answer as correct to help keep the forum easy to search and help others find the solutions to same questions. 

Cheers,
Eduardo Jauch

Eduardo Jauch wrote:

Hello Neide,

Nice. :)
Glad I could help.

Please, consider mark my answer as correct to help keep the forum easy to search and help others find the solutions to same questions. 

Cheers,
Eduardo Jauch


Hello Eduardo,

Done! :)

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