I am not familiar with any of the coding for custom CSS, but I can see that it is possible to make the folder title a link or page in itself. This is really integral to the website I am creating so helo would be much appreciated. I need the main nav options to have dropdowns, so I created folders, but with folders there's now home page for the category like you have with indexes and it is absolutely essential I have that.
Could someone in the absolute simplest way explain to me how I can do this using Custom CSS and maybe even explain how I use custom CSS ?
Answer by jeffmankini · Jan 11 at 04:39 PM
Use this piece of code within the folder name:
(<)a href="/pageslug/">HOME ((<) added so it doesn't post the code)
Replace pageslug with the page URL, just the last part though - like /current/
And HOME is what will display in the Navigation bar as the folder name.
Note: Using this code in your folder name could break your navigation on mobile. Please test it out on your template before you decide to use this code.
Answer by bexgeden · 2 days ago
Thanks so much @jeffmankini I don't know anything about Custom CSS though so can I just open it up and add this piece of coding without having to have anything specific before or after? When you say "use this piece of code within the folder name" is there somewhere specific I should be or a specific bit of coding I should use to get this within the folder name?