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Menu Options and use for Categories?

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I would like to request PageBuilder have an option to showcase more than just one page in a menu. I love the ability PB gives me to create some cool pages but it lacks the ability to setup a menu with a category view. Which leads me to a question that has perplexed me since it was added. What is the point of offering categories if all I can do is create them? I cant add pages to them and other than having the ability to create them they are utterly useless? I mean really, what exactly is the point of creating categories?

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More than a month ago #Permalink
It seems that this is done only for the filter in the back end. I also think that the categories should be implemented in the same way as it is in joomla or K2. I hope that the team will come to this

Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
you mean to use SPPB categories in this same way like for Joomla?


More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi. Yes

Kawshar Ahmed - Senior Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Yes, it would be great if there was a way to create a category menu. I know this is no small undertaking since views also need to be considered but it would make this more functional.

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