Enabling your custom menu in Drupal 7
When creating content in Drupal 7, whether it is an Article, a Basic Page, or other type of content, you have the ability to set the 'weight' of the menu item. This weight helps determine the location of the content in the menu list. The menu goes from the lowest number to the highest and orders them from left to right, or top to bottom, depending on the menu.
When you initially create content you may not always know where you want the item in your menu lineup or you may end up with more than one with the same weight. Drupal 7 gives the ability to set the weight for all links in a menu at once, enabling you to get a better hold on your menu configuration. Rarranging menu items in Drupal 7 is a breeze, simply follow the instructions below.
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|1.||Introduction to menus in Drupal 7|
|2.||Creating Menus in Drupal 7 - Part 1 - Menu Structure|
|3.||Creating Menus in Drupal 7 - Part 2 - Adding links and Displaying|
|4.||Enabling your custom menu in Drupal 7|
|5.||Rearranging menu links in Drupal 7|
|6.||How to delete a menu in Drupal 7|
|7.||How to disable the main menu in a Drupal 7 theme|
|8.||How to disable the secondary menu in a Drupal 7 theme|