You can use a menu content block to create a text-based navigation menu for your design.
Adding a Menu
Begin by dragging and dropping a menu content block onto the builder stage. An empty menu block will populate with a placeholder image.
Once you have your menu content block, you'll find some settings in the sidebar. Some of these options are familiar, while others are specific to this type of content. Let's start by clicking on Add new item.
Once you begin adding items to your menu, you'll have a couple of options. Text is what you'll see written in your menu, and you can set the text hyperlink through the Url field. The text you input into the Title field will populate if you hover over that option on the builder stage.
You can use different types of URLs in your design, including email, SMS, and click-to-call. For traditional URLs, you can also set the link to open in the same window or in a new tab.
You can also re-order your menu items by clicking on the icon in the upper left-hand corner of your item settings and dragging it elsewhere.
Designing your menu
Once your menu items are ready to go, you can use the settings in the sidebar to customize your menu. You'll find text options here, and you can even change your menu layout from horizontal to vertical by selecting your preferred option from the dropdown.
If your menu uses a horizontal layout, you'll also be able to insert a text character that can be used to divide your menu items. The color of your Separator character will match the text color you set above.
You can use the items padding option to apply padding to the individual menu items.
In the block options below, you'll also be able to apply padding that applies to the menu as a content block.
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