The header Navigation Menu is automatically duplicated to all of your pages as it is. So, when you make changes in the navigation menu, it’s updated on all pages altogether. However, if you need to set up a different navigation menu for one of your pages, you can do this by converting it to a local element.
Here’s how to do this:
- Go to the page you want to create a local navigation menu for.
- Click the Navigation Menu in the Header to enable the Navigation settings.
- Click the More icon and then click Convert to local element.
Now, all the changes you make in the Navigation Menu on this page will only apply to this page.
You can undo this action by pressing the Undo button on the Topbar or by clicking the More icon again and choosing the Revert to global element option.
If you’d like to learn more about managing the Navigation Menu, read our dedicated tutorial.
We hope this guide helped you. If you have any questions left, please contact our Support Team.
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