Information

How to get your navigator to use your navigators URL (no password needed)

I know that you guys have been working on some new features in Navigations which were just added yesterday and are in the process of rolling out to the app, so I’m not sure how far we have to go in getting this feature added to the application, but hopefully I can help you out here.

I will start off by going through a quick overview of what we are doing to bring more user control to the navigation bar.

We have implemented the following new features into Navigaters.

Navigation bar title: You can now use a custom title in the nav bar to label sections of the navigation.

The title will be replaced by a link to your website when it appears on the navigation navigation bar (as seen in the image below).

The title is shown in green for a small preview of the text before it is rendered in the app.

You can change the title in your settings, but I would highly recommend setting it as your first title (or title bar).

For example, if you have a website that has multiple sections and you would like your title to be in the first section, you can set the title to “the section you want” (without the quotes).

If you do not want your title displayed in the section when it is first displayed, you could use the navigation navigator option in the navigation menu.

More to come on this soon!

Navigator title bar icon: You are now able to add a new section title and icon using the Navigation navigator (shown below).

This option can be found under the section title, “More to Come.”

Navigate with your phone: If you are currently in the “Settings” section of the app and you have the “Navigation” section opened, you will now be able to navigate with your phones navigation buttons (which is the default).

Navigator icon: This is the icon that will appear when the navbar is opened and your app is open in the new tab view.

You will see a small green circle appear on the right side of the navbars navigation bar and you can use the “Open” button to open the navigation app and navigate with the buttons.

Settings page: You will now see the “Options” tab in the Navigators main menu.

You now have the option to choose a title for your navigation bar, but we have also added some additional options to the options tab that you can customize.

You should see the following items in the options screen when you change the theme of your navigation buttons: Title bar icon and navigation bar titlebar icon.

Title bar title bar: A text title that is displayed when the navigation buttons are opened.

Navigation bar title.

Navigation Bar Title Bar: A title that will be shown when you hover over the navigation bars navigation bar in the Navigation Navigator.

Title Bar: This text will appear on top of the title bar.

If you scroll down, you now have more options for the titlebar.

You could have one title and one navigation bar icon (if you want), one section title (if that is your preference), or an option to display a link (which can be useful if you want to link to a specific section of your website).

In addition, you may also have the ability to change the name of the section of a section, or change the default title for that section.

As a side note, we are also adding support for multiple section titles.

For example: If I am in a section that is only available on my home page, I could set the section name to “The section you would love to visit.”

If the section you are looking at is only visible on my homepage, I can set that section to be “The page you would visit.”

In the same manner, if I am not in a specific page (e.g. the home page) and I would like to see the navigation links for the section, I would set that page to “Navigate to the section.”

The option to change this section title is found under “Navigations” in the main menu and can be selected using the navigation button.

You will also see an option for “Display Titlebar in Navigation Navigator” (shown in the screenshot below) that allows you to change which section title will appear in the titlebars navigation menu, or if the title is already displayed in that section, the title can be displayed in any location on the page (like on the home screen).

The “Navigating” tab also now shows you the title for a section when you tap on a section title in Navigate, and this option can also be set to show or hide the title when you drag it around the navigation navbar.

This is just a quick preview of some of the new features we are implementing, but please feel free to let me know in the comments if you guys want more information about