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Microsoft® SharePoint® Designer 2010 Unleashed by Kathy Hughes

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Navigation Settings Page: SharePoint Server 2010

This section reviews the options available on a SharePoint Server 2010 site’s Navigation Settings page when you’re configuring navigational properties, including navigational inheritance, static and dynamic links, sorting links, and ribbon display options.

Show Subsites and Pages: Drop-down Navigation Links

The Show Subsites and Show Pages option enables you to have any subsites and publishing pages displayed in a drop-down menu from the parent link, shown in Figure 5.12. For instance, imagine you have a parent site named Published and then create a new subsite under that site named Team. In order to have the Team subsite shown as a drop-down menu selection, you need to access the Navigation Settings ...

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