The top link bar is rendered by an Asp Menu control that is defined in the master page that creates the layout for pages in the website.
In Share Point Foundation 2010, the primary master page for both content pages and application pages is v4.master. Url = spdev Url) ' If the item does not exist, create it.
For a detailed discussion of the markup for the control and its data source, see Navigation Controls. Top Navigation Bar ' If a Resources link exists, get it. Add As Last(res Link) End If ' If the Resources node has a Share Point Dev Center child, get it. Read() End Sub End Module The top link bar of a subsite can inherit the navigation links on the parent site's top link bar instead of defining its own set of links.
For example, you can set properties that add flyout menus for displaying subordinate items below links on the bar. Url Dim spdev Title As String = "Share Point Developer Center" Dim spdev Url As String = " ' Get the top link bar. A top link bar that is configured this way can provide a consistent experience for users who are moving between the parent site and the subsite.
This change can be useful for reducing clutter on a crowded top link bar because it enables you to use links on the static menu as categories and to move secondary links to flyout menus below the categories. Use Shared Then Dim res Title As String = "Resources" Dim res Url As String = web. For more information, see How to: Share the Top Link Bar Between Sites.
A flyout menu does not appear until one of the nodes on the top link bar contains child nodes. Navigation Module Console App Sub Main() Using site As New SPSite(" Using web As SPWeb = site. However, you should be aware that configuring a subsite's top link to Use Links from Parent just means that the subsite uses the site map behind the parent's top link bar. Its presentation is still determined by markup in the subsite's own default master page and in its own content pages.
Marketing, Sales, and Finance are subsites of the Contoso parent site.
The top link bar helps users of your site navigate to other sites in the site collection by displaying a row of tabs at the top of pages in the site.When adding a sub link, create the link where you want it to appear and then make it a sub link of the one above it.If you've enabled the publishing feature on your classic Share Point experience site, the left-hand menu will show links to modern experience lists or libraries if you've added them to your classic experience site in addition to showing items from the term store.The top link bar is also referred to as global navigation, because it can be the same across all of the sites in a site collection.However, subsites can be configured to not display in the top link bar of the parent site.For sites in site collections where publishing features are enabled, you have more navigation options to choose from, including showing subsites and displaying the same navigation as a site's parent site navigation (also called inheriting parent navigation).If you don't see these options, check with your site administrator. Quick Launch When you create a new list or library, a new link appears automatically under Recent on Quick Launch.Changes to your blog can cause the links in the Navigation Bar displaying below the banner to no longer work.Some common causes of broken links in the Navigation Bar are: The most common cause of links in the Navigation Bar being broken is a change to the Domain Name, Folder Name, or Domain Mapping.Note: Some functionality is introduced gradually to organizations that have set up the targeted release options in Office 365.This means that you may not yet see this feature or it may look different than what is described in the help articles. You can add up to 2 levels of sub links to the left-hand menu of a team site, to the top menu of a communication site, or to the hub site navigation bar.