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  • Hello i am new to modex,i have install the modex and also run it on local.I already have creat 4 page with there templates, now i want to show that four pages in header part as a menu ..

    i have used that code

    [[Wayfinder? &startId=`1` &level=`1` &rowTpl=`rowTpl`]]

    But after using this code at my header part there are no showing any menu, so can some body help me ..?

    Thanx
    • Try &startId=`0` or set that property to a resource that has children.
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      • Bob, this was answered in a duplicate post. The problem was that Wayfinder was not installed.
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          • Your post is not very clear and I think you haven't really taken much time to read up on how MODx works before looking for help.

            That aside, I think what you want to do is create different templates, structured more or less like this:

            [[$header]]
            [[$nav]]

            <div id="content">
            <h1>[[*pagetitle]]</h1>
            [[*content]]
            </div>

            [[$footer]]

            That might do for your home page, then for internal pages where the layout is a bit different you can create one or more new templates for each layout:

            [[$header]]
            [[$nav]]

            <div id="content">
            <h1>[[*pagetitle]]</h1>
            [[*content]]
            </div>

            [[$sidebar-chunk]]

            [[$footer]]

            You can even show different layouts using a single template something like this:

            [[$header]]
            [[$nav]]

            <div id="content">
            <h1>[[*pagetitle]]</h1>
            [[*content]]
            </div>

            [[*parent:is=`6`:then=`
            [[$recent-articles]]
            `:else=`
            [[$sidebar-chunk]]
            `]]

            [[$footer]]

            That should get you started, but you'll soon realise there are multiple ways to do everything in MODx.