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Grimlock query section

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  • alex
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    Trying to add pages to be the query…

    Where do I insert the page ID to make the page appear in the section?

    I tried many variations and did not find a solution in your docs – only general definitions which does not answer this subject query.

    n.b. it does not appear as a taxonomy to select from… so I presume it relies on this meta option?

    alex
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    Seems to be error when applying a nav menu to be a grimlock query, then selecting the appropriate menu from taxonomies.

    It links to a blog category, with a void endpoint….

    Ex attached of ref URL provided from the card.

    It should link to /a (as the url) but ends up at /requests/2434 etc. which is a post category, certainly not a menu url

    I did try also using custom links as well as using the page when ADDING to the queried menu. Neither make a diff. In fact, the custom link items do not actually end up displaying anything nor link to the applied URL – per the attached.

    My intent is to get a nav menu displaying with the cards, which link to particular pages.

    alex
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    If not workable with the above solution, can you share css class to add a border to the menu items, so that it does appear as card options (like shown in last attached screenshots)?

    Themosaurus
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    Hi @abourne,

    Do you wish to display a navigation menu in your page? If it is the case, please add the “Grimlock Custom Menu Section” -or Grimlock Navigation Menu Section, in future versions- and select your navigation menu.

    Regards,

    alex
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    Thanks. It remains as only text output. Was really wanting the UI of cards/bubbles with the animation pop up, shadow etc etc, like the attached.

    Could not make it work with other grimlock query sections which offer this desired output option.

    Do you have any suggestions to create the attached output for nav menus?

    alex
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    As attached.

    Would like to use UI of the ‘cards’ with “grimlock query section”.

    But it links to a blog category and is a dead end. Not sure why the link end-point is at /requests-XXXX ?

    I have the grimlock menu item there also, but not so desired as aforementioned.

    Themosaurus
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    Hi @abourne,

    The Grimlock Query Section widget is meant to display posts, custom posts or pages. It is not supposed to be used with menu items, which is why the link is incorrect and pointing to “/requests-XXXX”. To display menu items with the correct link, you have to use the Grimlock Navigation Menu Section widget. However the cards layout is unfortunately not available with this widget.

    Regards

    alex
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    Completely understand.

    Is there any work-around css trick to apply the ‘card’ rendering?

    Similar to what we are doing with number bubbles applied to menus.

    Thanks again in advanced 🙂

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