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From Emily Jiang <>
Subject Re: How to create a submenu in CMS
Date Tue, 19 Apr 2011 21:19:57 GMT
Thanks Zoe. Updated the navigation.mdtext. It does not seem to work:-(. I
just added the following lines into navigation.mdtext:

<div class="menuitem">
		<a href="/documentation/tools.html">Tools</a>

Did I miss anything?

On Mon, Apr 18, 2011 at 6:20 PM, zoe slattery <>wrote:

> On 18/04/2011 17:53, Emily Jiang wrote:
>> Does anyone know how to create a submenu using CMS? I am trying to add a
>> submenu 'tools' under 'documenation' in Apache Aries web site. I have
>> /tools
>> directory and tools.mdtext created under the directory of 'documenation'.
>> I
>> cannot make 'tools' show up as a menu item under 'documentation'. Is there
>> anything else I should do? Google around CMS but did not find anything
>> useful:(.
>>  This is not really anything to do with CMS, it's more to do with how the
> Aries site is set up.
> If you look here you
> will see that there is content directory (where most of the content is) and
> there is a templates directory. In templates you will find a file called
> navigation.mdtext. This is the file you need to modify to make things appear
> in the submenus.
> You may also want to take a look at the javascript file that deals with
> proper opening and closing of menus - this is content/resources/menu.js. You
> shouldn't need to look at this.
> When you have this working it would be helpful to document it here:
> It looks
> like I forgot :-/
> Zoe

Emily Jiang

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