A great navigation system is the key to any Web sites success. If users can't navigate your site they quickly get frustrated and leave. To ensure both ease-of-use and scalability, Foundation uses an infinite-depth menu and categorization tree. What this means is that whether you want to create one menu category or 1000, you can do that. And if you want to create ten top level menus and ten sub-menus under each one of those... you can do that. And if you want to create sub-menus UNDER the sub-menus, you'll be able to do that too. There is literally no limit to the number of menu levels and associations you can create using Foundation.
Some other key features of our category system:
Category Sort Order
You can sort your categories in any order you'd like. You can also set the sort order of the articles that are attached to any category.
You can have a category do one of several things when clicked on. You can load one of many modules (for example user profiles, contact page, search, etc), or you can re-direct them to another page, or you can load a list of articles attached to that category.
You can control the look and feel of each category article list on your site. Want the photos on the right? Or perhaps you want the photos to be a specific size? Perhaps you want no photos? All these and more are configurable in each category.
Category Group Access
If you have areas of your site that you want only particular users to have the ability to see, then our group permission options will do that for you. By simply associating a user to a specific user group, and then designating that category as visible only to that group, other users will be unable to see any content associated to that category. They will be prompted to login if they have not already done so.