In the perspective menu tree, if I have one item with no sub items, then clicking on that item navigates to the page I have in the target: field, which makes sense. Once I add sub-items to that item, clicking it swaps for the sub-items. That also makes sense, but is there any way to implement a click -> navigate to target, mouse-over -> view sub-items?
Here’s the reasoning - I have 8 buildings in two separate locations. So I have pages for each function, pages for each building, and pages for rooms in the buildings.
It makes sense navigation wise to drill down to the rooms through the locations and the buildings … but I still want to be able to navigate to the ‘top’ items.
Having trouble implementing this because doesn’t seem to be events for top level items, or for clicking on headers. Should I make duplicate items that have no sub items just as links?
Also - is there a way to set the Menu index, so that when you’ve navigated to a ‘sub sub sub’ item, the menu is already at that area when the page refreshes?
I hope I’m not missing something obvious