The JUNO team can help you configure your site navigation.

For color and font configurations, see Brand options .

Site navigation is made up of multiple parts:

  • Site logo (links to the home page)

  • Primary navigation

  • Subnavigation

  • More menu

  • Profile icon menu

Navigation is identical on desktop and mobile devices, with two exceptions:

  • Primary navigation is located at the bottom of mobile screens. It’s at the top of the page on desktop devices.

  • Mobile devices only show 4 links in the primary navigation menu, even if there are more on desktop devices. Any additional links are still accessible in the More menu.

Example desktop navigation (above)

Example mobile navigation (above)

Whenever we refer to links on this page, they can be internal or external. Internal links go to another page on your site. External links go to another website.

An example primary navigation bar on a desktop device. See the tables below for details.

Element

Options

1

Primary navigation links (Desktop)

(plus) Add or remove links (recommend approx. 5 max)
(info) Change text

2

Icons

(info) Change icons (see the list of options below)

Primary navigation icon options

Icon

Config Name

fas fa-home-alt

far fa-home-alt

far fa-dot-circle

fa-solid fa-users

fa-regular fa-users

far fa-user

fak fa-ondemand

fa-solid fa-handshake

fa-regular fa-handshake

fas fa-newspaper

far fa-newspaper

fa-regular fa-book

fas fa-graduation-cap

far fa-graduation-cap

fak fa-exhibitor

far fa-calendar-alt

fak fa-more

Poster Theatre

fas fa-users-class

fas fa-presentation

Companies / Exhibitors

fa-regular fa-briefcase

fa-regular fa-buildings

Products

fa-regular fa-box-open-full

fa-regular fa-bags-shopping

fa-solid fa-dolly

FAQ

fa-solid fa-circle-question

fa-regular fa-circle-question

An example primary navigation bar on a mobile device. See the tables below for details.

Fewer primary navigation links fit on mobile devices. Your site’s home page is always the first link, and More is always the fourth link. Then you can choose two more.

The links you choose don’t have to be the same as those on desktop devices. They can even be links that exist somewhere else in subnavigation. Think about what is most important to your mobile app users! For example, they might want a direct link to the schedule page while they’re on the go.

Element

Options

1

Primary navigation links (Mobile)

(tick) Choose 2 links to appear on mobile devices.

An example subnavigation bar on a desktop device. See the tables below for details.

When you click a primary navigation link, a subnavigation bar appears with additional links for that section of the site.

Element

Options

1

Subnavigation links

(plus) Add or remove links
(info) Change text

An example More menu. See the tables below for details.

The More menu is a comprehensive list of all navigation links. It includes everything from primary navigation and subnavigation, as well as additional links.

The top section must remain as is. It’s identical to your primary and subnavigation (as configured on desktop). But the other sections are flexible:

Element

Options

1

Additional sections

(plus) Add or remove sections
(info) Change section titles (recommend 26 characters max)
(error) Remove section titles

2

Links

(plus) Add or remove links
(info) Change text (20 characters max)

3

Admin section

(plus) Add or remove links. These are restricted so that only site admins can see them. Regular attendees won’t see the link at all.