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<h1>Menu Manager / Main Menu</h1>
<p>This page shows a list of the Menu Items associated to the menu you have just chosen.</p>
<h3><span style="FONT-WEIGHT: bold">Toolbar Icons</span></h3><p><strong>New :</strong> Click this icon to create a new Menu Item<span style="COLOR: rgb(255,0,0)"><br /></span><br /><strong>Edit :</strong> Click this icon to edit an existing Menu Item.<br /><br /><strong>Publish and Unpublish :</strong> These icons have the same function as the 'Published' column icon.&nbsp; Click either of these icons to publish or unpublish any items.&nbsp; You may use these icons with multiple items checked.<br /><br /><strong>Move :</strong> Click on this icon to open a new 'Move Menu Items' window where you can choose to move the specific Menu Item(s) -and children if desired- to another existing Menu. You may check multiple items to be moved at once.<br /><br /><strong>Copy :</strong> Click on this icon to open a new 'Copy Menu Items' window where you can choose to copy the specific Menu Item(s) -and children if desired- to another existing Menu. You may check multiple items to be copied at once.<br /><br /><strong>Trash :</strong> Click on this icon to send the Menu Item to the Trash Manager. You may check multiple items to be sent to the Trash Manager at once.&nbsp; The menu items may be recovered through the Admin Menu: Site-&gt;Trash Manager.&nbsp; Then, choose the Menu Items tab. <br /><br /><strong>Cancel :</strong> Click on this icon to cancel any change made in the 'Order' column if the 'Save Order' icon has not been clicked.&nbsp; You will return to the previous page.</p><h3><span style="FONT-WEIGHT: bold">Columns</span></h3><p><strong>Menu Item :</strong> This is the name of the link as it appears&nbsp;at your site.&nbsp; Click this name so that&nbsp; you can edit parameters related to this Item. <span style="COLOR: rgb(51,51,51)">A padlock icon next to it shows that it is checked-out. To check-in, click the name if it is you that has last edited the page. Then click the 'Save' or 'Cancel' icon to check back in the item.&nbsp; If another user has checked out the item, please contact him/her or the administrator of your site.</span><br /><br /><strong>Published:</strong> This shows whether the Menu Item is published or unpublished. Click&nbsp; the icon to switch its state.<br /><br /><strong>Reorder :</strong> This shows the order of Menu Items in the menu. Click the arrow icons to move the item up or down in the list.<br /><br /><strong>Order :</strong> This shows the order of Menu Items in the menu. To change the order, type in the order number&nbsp; you wish to have.&nbsp; You can change the order of any two items or more this way.&nbsp; Then click the 'Save Order' icon next to the Column Heading 'Order'. <br /><br /><strong>NOTE: The Order and Reorder&nbsp; columns show the relative positions of Parent and Children Menu Items. Moving a parent moves the children too. The order numbers are shown relatively to the Parent Item.</strong><br /><br /><strong>Access :</strong> Click the 'Access' level to toggle to another User access level for this menu item.<br /><br /><strong>Itemid:</strong> This shows the 'id' for this specific Menu Item in the database.<br /><br /><strong>Type:</strong> This is the type of link used for this Menu Item. If it is a 'Link – Content Item' or a ‘Link – Static Content’, you may directly edit the content by clicking the type of menu item.<br /><br /><strong>CID:</strong> This shows the 'componentid' for this specific Menu Item in the database.<br /><br style="FONT-WEIGHT: bold" /><span style="FONT-WEIGHT: bold">Other functions available above and below of the list: </span><br /><br /><strong>Max Levels:</strong> Select the maximum number of levels deep that the menu tree is displayed on this admin page.<br /><br /><strong>Filter:</strong> Type in the keyword to search for text in&nbsp; the Menu Item titles.<br /><br /><strong>Display #:</strong> Choose the number of menu items you wish to be displayed in the list.<br /><br /><strong>NOTE:</strong> This setting will be preserved for all lists on all screens while you are in the Administator back-end. A default value for the list length is also configurable in Global Configuration. <br /></p></body>
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