Table 6.1. Menu Item Type-Specific Fields
|Action||Action||Select an action from the list of all actions provided by all enabled modules; when this menu item is clicked, the selection action is invoked. Note that some actions may not behave well when invoked via a menu item.|
|Parameters||Express any parameters to be passed to the selected action in INI format.|
|Content||Entry||Accepts a content id, which you can browse for by clicking. When this menu item is clicked, the selected content entry is displayed.|
|Action||Determines the link's action to display the content entry's page, display the content entry as an image (also works for PDFs), or download the content entry.|
|Heading||This menu item just occupies space in the menu and is not clickable.|
|Link||Address||Enter a URL to visit when this menu item is clicked.|
|Active User's Profile||When this menu item is clicked, the active user's profile page is displayed.|
|Login/Logout||If the current user is not logged in, this menu item is labeled Login and when clicked, the user is presented with the login form. If the current user is logged in, this menu item is labeled Logout and when clicked, the user is logged out of Chronicle|
|Category Listing||Maximum Depth||Categories can be hierarchical. This field lets you specify how many levels of categories to display.|
|Maximum Items||This field lets you specify how many category entries, at most, to display.|
|Include Content||This field toggles the display of content associated with the listed categories.|
|Content Listing||Maximum Items||This field lets you specify how many content entries, at most, to display.|
Label: When Use content entry's title is checked, the menu item is labelled with the entry's title. If unchecked, a text field appears to allow you to specify the menu item's label.
Remove: Click the Remove link to remove menu item.
Position: The position of a menu item is expressed with the two selection controls. The first control includes the choices After, Before, and Under, which indicate a position relative to the choice made in the second selection. The second control provides a list of existing menus.
|Content Entries in Menus|
You can create as many menu items for a content entry as you require.