Some time ago we decided to hide our breadcrumbs so we applied display: none; to the #breadcrumbs selector. However, now that we want to display it again, after removing the display: none;, it's not displaying the breadcrumbs any more. It only displays a "Pages" link and not the pages we browse behind it. Obviously this way we can't use the breadcrumbs.
I think this problem is not CSS related, because the breadcrumb code in the HTML is also missing the page entries, except for the first one "Pages".
Does this have something to do with the breadcrumbs.vm? I'm a little at a loss here.
I managed to recover the breadcrumbs, it was a css thing after all.
I have another problem though, the breadcrumb trail starts with Pages for some reason, instead of the space homepage. Any idea why it does that? And how to remove or change it?
I don't want my end users to see the raw list of pages.
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