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    To add an additional tab to your navigation bar, click on the “Add Tab” button at the bottom of the Navigation Manager. This opens the Add Tab Form.

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    All you have to do is fill out the title field (for the name of the tab) and the target URL field. The target URL field should be the address of the place where you want users to go when they click on the new tab. As a side note, you must select the ‘Yes’ option in the Active menu before the tab shows up on your page. Once that’s done, simply click “Save” and you’re finished.

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    Now that you’ve added a tab, there are two additional items that you can add to your navigation menu; links and menus. For instructions on how to do this, just click the links on the item you want to create.

    • petar.jugovic
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      petar.jugovic commented
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      I do everything by the book, but the tabs, aint showing?!? Any suggestion?

    • ispots
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      ispots commented
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      I have that exact same problem, petar. I can't find any answers as to why it doesn't work either...

    • NashChristian
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      NashChristian commented
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      Drop-Down NavTab Menu - Is it POSSIBLE with the Navigation Manager?

      Originally posted by coolegg2
      I guess it is not possible to create a (dropdown) menu at the top level? If there is a way, I can't figure it out. If I try to create a top level tab and leave the url blank as instructed under the help button it gives me a error and tells me the url cannot be blank.
      I'm also looking for this function! Is this possible with the Navigation Manager? If not, did you find a work around?

      Thanks.
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