navigation like in confluence documentation

Hi,

I configured Documentation Theme but I want to add more child links and even grandchild links.  How can I do that?

 

 

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Hello, Nathan!

In order to have pages created as grandchild links, just go to the page in which you want to have a child created and click "Create" on the top of the page. When you do this, you'll see that the location for the new page is updated to be a child of the parent page you were.

You can see on the screenshot below that the page I'm creating will be child of a page I was at, in this case, the one named "KPI".

KPI_-_Joao_Palharini_-_Extranet.png

If you have any additional doubts or any issues while following the above procedure, just reply to this answer! wink

 

Regards,

-Joao

 

Yes Joao.  That worked.  Thanks you so much for your help!

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