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2 hours ago, Trigger said:

e.g. Swimwear>Men>Women

I'm not sure I understand the example - women's swimwear as a subset of men's swimwear?

However, you cannot nest navigation folders so that one folder is within another. If that's what you want to do, you'll want to consider another style, for example product categories in a separate navigation on product pages. The options will depend on the version of Squarespace you are using and the template being used. To help you further, the community will need a working link to your site.

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14 hours ago, paul2009 said:

I'm not sure I understand the example - women's swimwear as a subset of men's swimwear?

However, you cannot nest navigation folders so that one folder is within another. If that's what you want to do, you'll want to consider another style, for example product categories in a separate navigation on product pages. The options will depend on the version of Squarespace you are using and the template being used. To help you further, the community will need a working link to your site.

Hi Paul, thanks for your reply. What I Mean was:

Main category is Swimwear

Mouse hover over then reveals Mens or Women's as separate links under Swimwear. 

Template is Ethan. Currently no working link as the site is not public. Latest version of Squarespace. 

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@Trigger For information, Ethan isn't the latest version of Squarespace. It's Brine template on version 7.0 (the latest is currently 7.1).

You can easily add a navigation folder called swimwear that contains other options. In Squarespace terminology it's called a Folder. See Using folders.

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On 1/13/2020 at 10:00 AM, paul2009 said:

@Trigger For information, Ethan isn't the latest version of Squarespace. It's Brine template on version 7.0 (the latest is currently 7.1).

You can easily add a navigation folder called swimwear that contains other options. In Squarespace terminology it's called a Folder. See Using folders.

Thanks mate. You've answered my question :) 

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