Is there a way to stop reloading the left navigation panel each time a link is clicked? I think the content should load but why does the left navigation panel reloads? It is very distracting to the end user :(
I am actualy surprised the default theme doesn't have an option to prevent it from being reloaded. :(
Anyway, my left navigation panel structure is fixed. Do you know how to hard code it pls? I am not a developer so building one from scratch sounds overkill at this point.
Thanks Kathleen. I have already unchecked the pagetree and added this code:
Just to expand the tree nodes.
Still the left navigation panel also loads whenever I click on a link. Say the left panel has two topics X and Y. When I click on X the page content as well as the navigation panel loads. When I click Y again the navigation panel loads. This is not the ideal way to do it. The navigation panel should not keep refreshing itself. Only the content page should load. :(
I agree with Charles that by adding back the pagetree, you're just recreating the problem. But I respectfully disagree :) that you need to do programming if you're just after a simple table of contents on the left that displays all the time.
By "wiki markup" I meant "old-fashioned links", eg
[Home page|Latin text] [Contacts] [Design] [Development]
(I thought I ought to put my money where my big mouth is before spouting off nonsense. ). As you can see, it works perfectly for a very simple, fixed, one-layer structure. It does not work if you have nested (child) pages.
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