Don't you see the secondary choises of
Main Menu in your website developed in Drupal 7?
The first thing to check is the configuration of the
Main links and
Secondary links of the site.
The links above are configured at
admin/structure/menu/settings' URL. And to display the submenus of theMain Menu
, this one must be the source *as inMain links
as inSecondary links`*.
After that, you must to be sure that are correctly configured the submenu items. There are at least a couple of ways to do it.
The first one is the easiest to use when creating new contents. In this case, before saving the new content, you must:
provide a menu linkin the tab
parent item, that is: what menu, or what upper choise, this new link will belong;
The second way is easier reviewing the overall structure of the site. It operates at the
admin/structure/menu/manage/main-menu URL. This address shows the list of items in the
Main Menu, allowing visually to verify which entry is primary and which is instead a secondary link. In this same window you can change the organization of the menu by modifying the weights (order of appearance) and the configuration of each item and/or subitem that compose it.
Make attention if you have more main menu items linking to the same base page.
Working with Drupal 7 in thi condition, I have observed submenus malfunctions. So now I prefer to link to a base page using only one main menu voice.