Next to the Drupal default menus, Sector ships with additional preconfigured menus and menu blocks to make it as easy as possible to get started.
A menu is a hierarchical list of menu items used to navigate a website. The Basic Page Management section in the Drupal User Guide explains the concept and main use cases for both sitebuilders and editorial teams.
|Menu||Sector 9.x||Sector 10||Use case|
|Administration||x||x||Part of Drupal Core. Administrative task in the Admin theme.|
|Footer||x||x||Part of Drupal core. Used by Sector for site information links on the public theme.|
|Main menu (Sector)||x||x||Sector custom menu replacing the Drupal core Main Navigation menu to allow more control.|
|x||Part of Drupal core.|
|User account menu||x||x||Part of Drupal core. Links to the user account pages.|
|Tools||x||x||Part of Drupal core. User tool links, often added to by modules.|
Sector menu blocks (Sector starter theme)
In Drupal 8+, menu blocks are part of core and can be easily placed and configured via the block management.
<your-domain>/admin/structure/block (Block category menu)
|Menu block||Use case|
|Main menu||Main site sections in level 1 placed in header region.|
|Sidebar menu block (In this section)||Main site sections in level 2 placed in the sidebar region via term conditions on standard pages and section entry pages.|
|Footer menu||Secondary - site information - links in level 1 placed in the footer.|