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The menu configuration page is the management page for an individual menu.
This page may be broken down into 3 distinct groups:
- Menu Path Settings
- Advanced Settings
- Menu Items
Menu Path Settings
This section contains a single field that allows for customizing where a given menu should appear.
Only users who have the Change Workbench Menu Path permission are allowed to alter this field.
Most of the advanced settings are only viewable and changeable by users with the appropriate permission.
These settings provides the ability to adjust the menu weight, alter the visibility of parent menus, make the menu a hidden menu, or change the menu name as presented in the breadcrumb.
The menu items, for all intents and purposes, are the menu itself.
This section provides a table for adding, editing, and deleting menu items as well as changing their relative location in the menu tree structure.
This table consists of the following columns:
- Item Name
- Item Type
The Item Name is the name of the item according to the menu and is almost always used as the displayed name.Read more
The menu overview page provides a collection of menus available for configuring.
The menu overview page, as presented at
admin/workbench contains a table broken down into the following columns:
- Menu Name
- Menu Path
- Menu ID
- Access ID
The Menu Name is simply the name of the menu as defined in the vocabulary. In addition, it is also a hyperlink for configuring that specific menu.
The Menu Path is the url path, in which the menu is presented at. Multiple menus may be displayed on the same path.
The Menu ID is a unique ID that represent the menu.
The Access ID is the unique ID that represents the vocabulary term in which the menu is associated with.
Unlike the My Menus overview page, the administrative version, located at
admin/config/workbench/access, will display the parent-child structure of the workbench menus. This parent-child structure is configurable by changing the parent-child structure of the vocabulary terms in the appropriate taxonomy administration pages.
Dependencies aside, nothing else needs to be done to install this module other than enabling it via the standard Drupal means.
Before this module may be configured, Workbench Access should be setup to use the taxonomy access option as described by the Workbench Access Configuration documentation.
This module adds a Menus tab to the Workbench Access configuration pages located at the
admin/config/workbench/access URL path of the website.
The Menus tab brings up a page containing a menu for every workbench access menu made available for access control. Editing any of these menus brings up an indivudual Menu Settings page for that menu.
An additional menu administration page is provided for each user and only displays menus in which the user is associated with according to the Workbench Access access control settings. This additional page is located at
Non-admin users are only allowed to edit menus in which they are associated with according to the Workbench Access access control settings.
Taxonomy Access Control
Workbench Menus is a collection of menus that utilizes the taxonomy access control provided by Workbench Access. Each workbench menu is broken down into a collection of links (or placeholders) called menu items.
Url Path Based Menus
For every term in the vocabulary associated with Workbench Access, Workbench Menus provides a menu for that term at a specific URL path. The workbench menu associated with a vocabulary term will be presented only on that URL path and sub-paths.
Menu Items are Active at Specific paths
Each menu item can be represented by a given URL path in which is considered active. This allows for highlighting and displaying specific menu items as currently selected, or active, when the appropriate URL path is being viewed.
Multiple Types of Menu Items
Each menu item can be broken down into different categories, or types, that define how that menu item interacts with and presents itself to the viewer. These different types are: Node, Link, Label, File, Menu Item, and Menu.
Breadcrumbs Reflect Menu Path, not Url Path
Unlike normal breadcrumbs, which often reflect the URL path tree of the currently viewed page, workbench menus changes the breadcrumbs to reflect the tree structure defined by a given workbench menu at a given URL path.
Tweakable Menu StructureRead more
- Your new site's homepage will look like this.
- Look at the URL. This includes your site name.