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These also provide properties that define Quick Launch and other aspects of each web module. You can use the following steps to create and deploy your own custom modules: 1.
Create your web module as a submodule not a sibling of the Home module. Set the QuickLaunch property to the web menu that you want to display in the Quick Launch area for the module. Set the MenuItemName property to the default page for the module. Set the InheritNavigation property as required. For example, if the top navigation bar for the root Enterprise Portal site displays links to the Home, Sales, and Project modules, a user who navigates to the Sales module will continue to see the same top navigation bar.
However, if the InheritNavigation property is set to false, the top navigation bar will change and display links to the submodules within Sales if there are any. See the Employee Services module for an example of this. Set the ShowLink property as required. By default, this is set to yes. If the property is set to no, the module name will not appear in the top navigation bar. Right-click the module, and then click Deploy Element. Make sure that the site that you want to deploy to is set as the default Enterprise Portal site.
ShowParentModule ShowParentModule is a new property that is now available on web modules, web menus, and menu items. For pages that are shared between modules, you should set the ShowParentModule property to No on the menu items on web menus. For pages that are not shared, keep the default value Yes for the property. The use of ShowParentModule is best explained through an example.
When the user clicks the link, Sales becomes the active module, because the page belongs to the Sales module. This also causes the top navigation bar and Quick Launch to change, based on the settings of the Sales module. If the ShowParentModule property of the menu item that links to the page in the Sales module is set to No, clicking the link will open the page from the Sales module, but it will not change the active module.
Procurement will remain the active module, and the top navigation bar and Quick Launch will also remain the same. This might help make the user navigation experience better.
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