This outputs the site navigation in an unordered list, starting at the root level of the site.
ul_class="your-class" - The class that the site menu should have.
ul_id="your-id" - The ID that the site menu should have.
li_class="some-li-class" - The class applied to each list item.
link_class="some-a-class" - The class applied to each anchor tag in
max_depth="number" - The max depth that the site menu should go from
the root level.
active_class="your-class" - The class that gets added to the
<a>tag of the page you are currently on.
open_class="your-class" - The class that gets applied to every
<li>tag containing the current page.
has_children_class="your-class" - Adds a class to any
<li> that contains and unordered list.
sub_ul_class="your-submenu-class" - Adds a class to any
<ul> at the second level or deeper. Also adds an additional class based on level. For
example, if you named your class
your-submenu-class, it's going to
your-submenu-class your-submenu-class--level-1 for the first
level. For nested
<ul>'s two levels deep, it will output
your-submenu-class your-submenu-class--level-2. View an
example of the markup this tag generates.
<r:site_menu ul_class="some-class" ul_id="some-id" li_class="some-li-class" link_class="some-a-class" max_depth="1" active_class="active" open_class="open" has_children_class="your-class" sub_ul_class="your-submenu-class" />
Last updated on July 9, 2018.
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