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NavManager

Anthony Parsons

Well-known member
#68
This is really necessary, I don't care who codes it. ;) Nice work on this though!
Agreed... navigation is a huge issue with this software. The ability to create tabs and default tabs for content, assigning sub-nav items and dropdown items... quite a nightmare to deal with.

IMHO, I think the nav system needs to be completely integrated for XF functionality, ie. categories, forums and pages, then the ability to assign custom sources to a tab via the system.
 

Morgain

Well-known member
#72
Agreed... navigation is a huge issue with this software. The ability to create tabs and default tabs for content, assigning sub-nav items and dropdown items... quite a nightmare to deal with.
Well now we have Jake Bunce's nodes-as-tabs.
I now have tabs exactly as I want them, with secondary links.
The most useful is my admin tab with direct links to my admin favorite links.

I doubt we'll see integration with core any time soon. For one thing the thrust is into the Resource Manager for some time yet.
For another where there is a competent addon there is less urgent need for core development.