Customize site navigational links through a Jekyll data file.
The masthead links use a “priority plus” design pattern. Meaning, show as many navigation items that will fit horizontally with a toggle to reveal the rest.
To define these links add titles and URLs under the
main key in
main: - title: "Quick-Start Guide" url: /docs/quick-start-guide/ - title: "Posts" url: /year-archive/ - title: "Categories" url: /categories/ - title: "Tags" url: /tags/ - title: "Pages" url: /page-archive/ - title: "Collections" url: /collection-archive/ - title: "External Link" url: https://google.com
Which will give you a responsive masthead similar to this:
Optionally, you can add a
description key per title in the
main key. This
description will show up like a tooltip, when the user hovers over the link on a desktop browser.
ProTip: Put the most important links first so they’re always visible and not hidden behind the menu toggle.
Enable breadcrumb links to help visitors better navigate deep sites. Because of the fragile method of implementing them they don’t always produce accurate links reliably. For best results:
- Use a category based permalink structure e.g.
- Manually create pages for each category or use a plugin like jekyll-archives to auto-generate them. If these pages don’t exist breadcrumb links to them will be broken.
breadcrumbs: true # disabled by default
Breadcrumb start link text and separator character can both be changed in
breadcrumb_home_label : "Home" breadcrumb_separator : "/"
For breadcrumbs that resemble something like
Start > Blog > My Awesome Post you’d apply these settings:
breadcrumb_home_label : "Start" breadcrumb_separator : ">"
Custom sidebar navigation menu
See the sidebars documentation for information on setting up a custom navigation menu.