Creating a submenu block

In this recipe, we will first populate our main menu with sample menu items by creating some basic page stubs. Following this, we will learn how to create a submenu block that will display a submenu generated from the main menu items.

Getting ready

For this recipe, you will need to install and activate the Drupal Menu block module:

This recipe also assumes that you have the Bartik theme installed and set to default. If you are not using Bartik, simply select a different region for your block in step 19.

How to do it...

  1. Select Add content from the admin shortcut menu.
  2. Select Basic page, then enter About us in the Title field.
  3. In the Menu settings tab check Provide a menu link, and confirm ...

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