Everything related to menus in TypoScript is linked to the
HMENU (hierarchical menu) content object. It doesn't matter which menu is being used.
HMENU assembles the formation of the pages. The rendering of the menu entries, on the other hand, is handled by sub-objects, which are contained in a numerical list. You will learn more about this numbering and the related
entryLevel property later. Now let's investigate the ways in which menus can be presented.
You have been introduced to the various menu types. Various menu states can be defined for each of these versions. The principle behind this is as simple as it is clever: first the type of menu is specified and then a specific state is defined for individual ...