Last updated: April 2, 2021
When building your website, you'll spend time organizing the information architecture of your content. Your navigation menus will include the most important pages that your website visitors will want to access quickly or frequently while browsing your site. After you've organized your website and menus, you can customize your sitemap in HubSpot.
An advanced menu could contain a few important pages from your site, or have a hierarchy of pages using parent and child menu items. These menus can be selected in an advanced menu module in your templates in the design manager tool.
Please note: when adding a URL link, you must enter the full URL including the http or https protocol.
To add a new child page to a menu:
You can create multiple menus for your site. A secondary menu could be used on a specific page, or to provide additional navigation on your page footer.
You can view and restore previously published versions of your menu in the revisions history. Each version includes a date and timestamp. For any versions of the menu published after October 3, 2018, you'll also see which user created the revision.
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