Hello. I am using adobe portfolio and would like to create a drop down navigation menu for one of my pages. Here is the example: I have three pages : Work , Play and About. The work page has three projects. The Play and About page are single pages (not what im concerned about). However, when I click on the work tab I am brought to my home page which lists three projects. When you click a project, obviously you are redirected to that project. Now when on that project page, and you hover over the work tab in the nav bar, nothing happens. When you click it, you are brought back to the home page.
Is it possible to create a drop down menu in the nav bar that highlights the sub pages within a main page when you hover over it? So im viewing project 1 and i want to view project 2. Rather than clicking work, being redircted to home page, then selecting project 2, I want to hover over work tab in the nav and have the option to select a different project from there..
No. Drop-down navigation is not possible in Portfolio.
Portfolio works best if you have each project on it's own page. Your site's landing page should be the main site gallery containing links to each project as well as your custom pages (about, contact). By the sound of things, you made Works a Gallery which is not going to work well (no pun intended). 🙂
Nancy O'Shea, Product User & Community Expert Alt-Web Design & Publishing ~ Web : Print : Graphics : Media
Portfolio does everything it needs to do in the right hands. But it's not WordPress or Squarespace. So if you need more than what Portfolio offers freely with your Creative Cloud plan, you'll need to pay for 3rd party hosting and web services.