I have really tried multiple settings, I cannot find the setting to disable the submenu item creation. How can I disable the submenu entries showing at the bottom of all pages? See here the issue: http://bit.ly/2QXfWBN

The submenus are either in

Position: content-bottom-a
Style: standard outline 

or in

Style: submenu outline 
  • Did you fix the problem? I cannot see any submenu items. If the problem persists please add some more detail to the original question. – jamesgarrett Jan 19 '19 at 2:44
  • @jamesgarrett the issue is still there (see at bottom in white background starting with bullets Kanzlei ...) – laendle Jan 19 '19 at 18:28
  • Have you have unpublished or deleted the menu module in content-bottom-a? If you have cache switched on (either global or a plugin), have you refreshed it since removing the module? – jamesgarrett Jan 19 '19 at 23:08
  • that is my issue. I could not find any module there. The only modules are main-menu on position-7 and a non-published also on position-7 – laendle Jan 20 '19 at 13:20
  • You seem to be using a split menu that provides an option of putting the submenu items into a separate module position. Is the submenu settings in mainmenu within the header? – jamesgarrett Jan 21 '19 at 8:54

With Gantry 4 templates, there are two places where you can assign a menu to a module position.

One is at Extensions -> Modules where you should be able to find a menu in the content-bottom-a module position.

The other is at Extensions -> Template -> Template Name -> Menu.

If neither of these places reveals how the menu is being displayed, then a short term or long term solution might be to hide the module via a custom CSS like this or similar:

#rt-content-bottom {
  display: none;

See https://joomla.stackexchange.com/a/3878/120 for details on how to create a Custom CSS file.

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  • Neil, the second option did the trick! big thx! I have been there but somehow I have overseen the split configuration for the submenu. Hope I can soon switch to newer Gantry5... Since I could not disable the submenu i had to use the CSS-disable (sigh...) – laendle Jan 21 '19 at 16:50

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