Expanding your navigation

Do you need to display more links in your navigation bar? You have two options for doing that. You can either create drop-down menus or fit more links that would display in the More submenu. 

More overflow links ensure that your header is not cluttered by excess menu items. When your menu items have reached the maximum width of the header, additional items will automatically be added to a submenu, rather than the second line in the menu.

Here’s how you can manage the look of your More submenu:

  1. When you keep adding more pages to the navigation, the bar will create a More submenu with a drop-down list of links.


2. If you would like to rearrange menu items to modify which links are added to the More subpage, go to the Navigation settings menu and rearrange the pages.

In this example, we moved pages such as About Us and Collections to the top and gift-related pages to the bottom. To expand the menu, you can use the control toggle with arrows.


Click Submit and then Publish to make changes live. You will notice that the navigation bar became more concise.

When you add a new page to the navigation, it will be automatically added to the More submenu. This can also happen when your page titles in navigation are too long. To change this, check out this tutorial: Changing the page order in the navigation.

Other helpful articles

Adding a navigation bar

Adding a page to navigation

Where to find navigation settings

Managing navigation in the header

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