You have to be a little bit more specific. What kind of object is the element? I doubt, that it is an accordion title. I think you are dealing with a standard menu entry
If you have a standard menu, you can‘t edit the label directly, because it takes the name/title of the page, which it represents. To change the wording, you have to change the page‚s name/title.
If you want to edit the label directly, you have to define the menu as „manual“.
Can‘t you post the video without using Flash? No mobile device (phone, tablet) handles Flash video. And on computers Flash is almost „banned“.
I was using Jing to make video.
I will not post anymore.
Thank you for all your help.
On Wed, Aug 1, 2018 at 12:46 PM, Günter Heißenbüttel <
Wouldn‘t it be simpler, to answer my question and tell us, what kind of widget the element is? Simply click onto the the options arrow and tell us. It is not really difficult to solve your issue, if we have the needed information.
No idea, why you feel insulted, when I tell you, that many users — me included —can‘t view your video.
This is the options.
On Wed, Aug 1, 2018 at 1:02 PM, Günter Heißenbüttel <
You unfortunately forgot to add the screenshot.
On Wed, Aug 1, 2018 at 1:11 PM, Günter Heißenbüttel <
Do you try to send a screenshot via email to the forum? This isn’t possible. You have to visit the forum directly.
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I assume, you want to change the word „Links“, do you?
Since your menu is automatic, you can’t do this directly. The menu label uses the name of the page, to which the menu links.
There are several ways to change the label. Two of them:
- Rename the page, to which the menu refers by right clicking onto the respective page („Links“) and choosing „Page Properties“; the tab „Options“ allows you to rename the page.
- Create a manual menu by using the blue options arrow and setting the „Menu Type“ to „manual“. In this case you can select the labels with the „Text“ tool and change the wording. But you have to assign the link target of this menu entry manually by using the „Hyperlinks“ menu in Muse’s upper control strip.