Well-structured navigation is one of the important components of any website. It guides visitors around and overall contributes a lot to user experience and user-friendliness. More over, site menus influence SEO enabling search engine crawlers to find and index websites' content.
The header and the footer sections of the site are the first places people look when they enter a site.
The Dating Pro admin panel lets you control navigation menus under Services > Customize your service > System > Menus, where you can customize site menus, change titles and order of the menu items in accordance with the style of your site, both in the user mode and in the administrator panel.
This menu editing tool lets you manage all the menus.
You can create new menu items and link them to the site pages or to external pages.
Top user menu
One of the most frequently asked questions is how to customize the top user menu, rename titles, change positions, and add new menu items.
Firstly, you first need to click Menu items of the User top menu to get to the editor.
Then, you can edit, change the order of appearance of menu items here, as well as create new ones.
And it just so happens that the footer section is also a prime location for navigation menus.
You first need to click Menu items of the Footer menu to get to the editor.
Then, you can rename, change the order of appearance of menu items here, as well as create new ones.
Drag and drop the items to change their order of appearance. Click ‘Save sequence’ to save the changes.
As a result, we see:
You can activate and deactivate menu items.
Add sub-menu items by clicking Create submenu.
You can point the new items to external pages or to the pages within your site.
In order for additional menu locations to be present on your site, you first need to create them. Please find more information on how to create a new info page.
How to allow site guests to view registered users?
You can manage unregistered users' access permissions in the admin panel and allow site guests to view:
Viewing users profiles
When a user is not logged in, the Search page is not available, because there is no top user menu:
By default, the Search button is available only when is a user logs in:
Here, we need to add the Search button to the footer menu:
As a result, unregistered users will be able to access the Search page:
If you know you want to make some serious changes to your website’s overall design, navigation menus included, and just aren’t sure where to start, contact us or visit the Marketplace to find new ideas: