Submenu heading

While this is an uncommon task, you may need to add a heading to the submenu that isn't clickable. To do this, you will create a page and include it in the menu. The page name will be the heading text. If you do not want the heading to be a clickable link, you will also disable the page.

Determine if there is enough space to add another submenu.

If this is a new menu column, consider how much whitespace you have. The canvas to list items is finite. If you add too many items, the menu will wrap to a second line and create less appealing and less functional results. 

Create a new page.

There are multiple ways to create a new page. If you are not familiar with creating a page, go to Sitewide - Creating New Page. When you create the page, be sure to create it as a subpage of where you want the title to appear. In the example photo, this page would have been created as a subpage of "About" and listed to appear after "News".

Make sure the page is ready.

After the page is created, be sure to publish it and have the Dean's Office Strategic Communications approve and set up your page's workflow. Proceed to the next step once this is completed.

Make the page appear in the menu.

On the page, click Edit Page Page Settings. The settings window will open.

Click the Page Details tab and make sure Include in Menu is CHECKED.

This page will now appear in the submenu.

If you do not want the heading to be a clickable link, disable the page.

Click Edit Page > Page Settings. The settings window will open.

Click the Page Details tab and make sure Include in Menu is CHECKED.

Click the Advanced Settings tab.

The first section is called Appearance. Find the Disabled checkbox and make sure it is CHECKED.

Scroll to the last section called Other Settings. Find the Allow Index checkbox and make sure it is UNCHECKED. This will prevent the page from being indexed for the search engine.

Click Update Page.

This page will now appear in the submenu but will not be clickable.