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Hello SS community!  I am looking for a way to show each page's sub navigation menu as a side bar once the pages are clicked.  Is there an easy way to do this other than type and link each sub navigation page in a content block to the side?  For example, one of the main navigation pages is "Admissions" and the sub navigation pages are Application Form, Application Process, Meet Our Students, FAQ, etc.  I would like the sub navigation pages to be displayed as a side bar once the pages have been clicked.  Same goes for all of the main navigation pages and their sub navigation pages.  

Thank you in advance!

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1 hour ago, hollykdesign said:

I am looking for a way to show each page's sub navigation menu as a side bar once the pages are clicked. 

Folder navigation is a feature of Bedford-family templates on Squarespace 7.0. It isn’t available on Squarespace 7.1.

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35 minutes ago, hollykdesign said:

Just to clarify...if I use [the Bedford] template, I cannot use Squarespace 7.1 and fluid engine to build the site?  Is Squarespace 7.0 always going to be accessible or do you feel it will eventually be phased out?

Please take a look at my earlier post here as it lists some of the missing features in version 7.0 and also talks about availability. 

I know you're not asking me, but personally I wouldn't use version 7.0 to build a new site now. It's stable and trusted and will be around for years (decades?) but newer features aren't being added retrospectively to this older platform. On the other hand, version 7.1 has just had its 4th anniversary and is improving all the time.

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28 minutes ago, paul2009 said:

Please take a look at my earlier post here as it lists some of the missing features in version 7.0 and also talks about availability. 

I know you're not asking me, but personally I wouldn't use version 7.0 to build a new site now. It's stable and trusted and will be around for years (decades?) but newer features aren't being added retrospectively to this older platform. On the other hand, version 7.1 has just had its 4th anniversary and is improving all the time.

Thank you again @paul2009!  I appreciate your insight and value your expertise!

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