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bobvonelgg

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  1. Since I posted my answer I have found issues like what you have described. I also ran across the need to have to edit CSS, including the mobile specific CSS. So in short, what I thought was an easy solution isn't as easy as I hoped. I have removed my top level linking and will post another solution if I can come up with one.
  2. Since I posted my answer I have found issues like what you have described. I also ran across the need to have to edit CSS, including the mobile specific CSS. So in short, what I thought was an easy solution isn't as easy as I hoped. I have removed my top level linking and will post another solution if I can come up with one.
  3. First create an UNLINKED page that you want the top level nav to link to. Copy the URL generated for the page. Create a Folder and in the field where the Folder name goes add an href tag to the unlinked page title. Example: I wanted my top level nav (Folder) to link to an unlinked page with the URL: /keynote-speaking. In the Configure Folder popup I inserted this code: <a href="/keynote-speaking">Keynote Speaking</a> Voila! It worked!
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