help with website menu/link

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i want to have a menu on my home page that has the following :-

and when you click the word, it takes you to a different page where you can see the desired product. how can i do this please anyone?
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Sarah Scottie

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A sub menu feature, similar to what you are explaining is available to our Yola Silver customers. It is possible to add a drop-down menu to the body region of your page using custom HTML. Here is a link to an article that tells you how to do it:

To implement this in Yola you would:

  1. Drag and drop an HTML Widget onto your page.

  2. Paste the code generated from the above link into the HTML Editor.

  3. Edit the code to replace their examples with the items you want on your list - you need to edit the URLs and the display text.

  4. If the items on the list are links to other websites, paste the URLs for each website into the example code. If the items on the list are pages in your site, you need to replace the URLs in the example code with the URLs of your pages.  The easiest way to get the URLs is to publish your site and copy them from your browser window.  Paste them into the code. Click on "Save" and republish your site.

You can also find information on creating drop-down menus on this site:
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Guido Marra

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if you mean you want to type the words on the page and make them a live link to a page within your site? easy.

type the word.
click the word to get the text control pallet to show up top of the site builder.
sweep / highlight the word.
set size, color, font.
click the link button (little chain icon) also in the top text control pallet.
choose "link to a page in this site"
choose page.

you can take it a step further if you'd like...

I made a full horizontal menu for my site with every page name typed out, and did a copy / paste at the bottom of every page, and in the middle of long ones for ease of user navigation. take a look...