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My navbar's links broke.


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Hi there,

 

Unfortunately the navbar and fixed navbar aren't able to have the top item for drop down menus as a clickable link. They only act as an anchor for the drop down menu. This is how the menu were created and designed by the bootstrap team, I assume this is due to the rise in touch screen devices. As if someone on a mobile or ipad tried to activate the drop down menu they'd also activate the link etc, they'd be no way to separate the two. 

 

You'll need to add the link again as an option inside the drop down menu so the user can click on it.

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Is this new?

 

I mean.. A few days I could click it.

 

Either way, thanks for the reply. I'll just create the page.

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You can click the NavBar parent level items, but only to the effect of opening the child menu list.  It has always been like this for NavBar, which uses Twitter Bootstrap.  It did not change a few days ago, so you may be confused by that ability versus going somewhere else.  I should clarify, if a link in the NavBar doesn't have child menu items, it will go where you told it to go.  It is only when child items exist that a top level menu item becomes a parent level item.

 

Single top level items can be linked within the site or even externally, without issue.

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