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I'm building a fairly standard company website. In most of the pages i've been quite successful with the Blog feature or the HTML editor feature.
In our Products and Services page, there are about 7 sub pages. The one that I'm stumped with on how to design is a page (Engine Program) that has 9 sub-categories, with more lower level categories in each sub-category. There are 48 pages altogether. Some simple examples would be (I've shortened the text, some can be quite long):
a) Engine Program -> Diesel Marine -> Work boats
b) Engine Program -> Diesel Marine -> Yachts
c) Engine Program -> Diesel Marine -> Authority vessels
d) Engine Program -> Generators -> Standby power 50 Hz
e) Engine Program -> Generators -> Standby power 60 Hz
I've tried several ways to list these items:
1) Show as page menu - this doesn't work because if i uncheck the Include in Menu option on the page, it will not appear in any menu.
2) Added the information as a side bar content in a mojo-accordion. I was happy with this for quite a bit until i realized that if i include the side bar content in all 48 pages, I can't tell where I'm at, e.g. If I visit the page for (e) above, the sidebar will still load the accordion with the first category expanded.
3) I tried to manually create the menu I wanted and installed it as a feature, but from the control I'm not sure how to tell which page I'm at.
Am I over thinking things? I'm hoping that there's a simple solution to this.
Have you tried using the child menu module in combination with "show breadcrumb" for the lower-level pages?