Apr 14, 2013 at 12:10 PM
Edited Apr 14, 2013 at 12:56 PM
On my site I have one main menu that's view-able on the entire site.
This menu has typical menu items like photo's, video's but also a sports club item.
The sports club menu item has several possible options for example:
Sports Club Menu
When selecting for example "Club 1" the club page opens.
This page (or "sub" site) includes a second
(tab) menu that has its own menu options like photo's, contact information and so on (no sub levels). This menu could be different depending on what club is selected when i further expand
the site but will be the same for now.
This menu should only be visible for the selected sport club and remain visible for all the pages linked to it.
The sport club are some sort of "small" sites within my primary site.
Since this will be one of the most important features of my sites how should I best approach this?
I've created a custom Content Type called "club" with the following parts:
- Custom Properties
- Identity (?)
- ( Widget required? If i add this part i get a null point on LayerId) )
- (Stereotype required?)
After this i created several Content Items for each club followed by adding those items to navigation (main menu).
- Are Widgets or a Widget layer required? If so what kind of layer rule?
- How do i make the second (tab) menu appear when selecting a club from the main menu?
When a option is selected from the second tab menu the tab menu should always remain visible (sort of master page). Since each club can be seen as a "sub" site within the main site.