To be able to theme the list generated by WayFinder to appear as menus, we need to understand how WayFinder works in more detail. In this section, we will show you step-by-step how to create a simple menu without any sub-items, and then proceed to creating menus with sub-items.
Since, for now, we only want a menu without any submenu items, we have to show resources only from the top level of the resource tree. By default, WayFinder will reflect the complete structure of the resource tree, including the resources within containers, as seen in the preceding screenshot. WayFinder lets you choose the depth of the list via the
&level parameter. The parameter
&level takes a value indicating the number of levels that WayFinder ...