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I am trying to get the joomla articles in a blog.
Normaly I make an menuitem for the articles so I get the url http://mywebsite.com/blog
And in the menu manager I set the categories below the menu item Blog.( childs)
It is handy for seo to display the categories url like http://mywebsite.com/blog/category-name

The problem with that setting is the arrow an the empty dropdown in the menu.
I can display none to the menu item but than all the menu item arrows are gone, also for the other menu that needs a dropdown.

.sp-dropdown.sp-dropdown-main {display:none; }

So I tried with pagebuilder to make a blog page. I can at a module for the articles but not the whole article, just the linked name.

My question is. How can I make a menu item Blog like on the joomshaper page? Without the dropdown and dropdown arrow?

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3 Answers

Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi Rob,
use custom class name (noarrow) for that menu item , with improved css code:


.sp-megamenu-parent > li.sp-has-child.noarrow > a::after,
.noarrow .sp-dropdown.sp-dropdown-main {display:none !important; }

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Rob

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi Paul, good morning

that did the thing ( pff atlast )

the thing iI tried made the arrow away but not the dropdown with hidden items

thanks Paul!


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