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In designing my site, I have drop down menus which are "folders" - beneath are the "pages" - my question is why there is a "slug" for the folder since the purpose of the folder is to allow viewers to click pages below the drop down menu - I think this is confusing since the hand icon appears implying the folder is clickable while only the pages listed in the drop down menu are clickable - any workarounds?

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I don't want the menu folder clickable - I just wanted to not necessarily see the hand icon on a mouseover suggesting it was clickable - it's the pages below the menu folder I want to see the hand icon and be clickable which they currently are - it seems because folders requiring a "slug" is why there's a hand icon even if it's not clickable - thanks

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On 2/17/2021 at 1:58 AM, CMBloom said:

I don't want the menu folder clickable - I just wanted to not necessarily see the hand icon on a mouseover suggesting it was clickable - it's the pages below the menu folder I want to see the hand icon and be clickable which they currently are - it seems because folders requiring a "slug" is why there's a hand icon even if it's not clickable - thanks

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