I'm transitioning my website from Prestashop to Shopify.
Prestashop Website: https://babazoorepublic.com/en/
Shopify Website: https://babazoo-republic.myshopify.com/ password: piheub
The only issue I've been having is that when I will click a Main Collection ie: anything on the Header or anything that has a Sub-Collection I can't find a way to make it have a Page with all the Collection in that main collection.
What I mean by that is for example if you go on the Shopify Website and click Women>Bags and strictly click Bags instead of one of the Sub-Collection I would like to have a page that has tiles with all the Bag Collection and the visitor can click from there see on my Prestashop website it looks something like this https://babazoorepublic.com/en/15-bags and at that point you can choose which Sub-Collection you would like to go into.
Prestashop how it reacts:
Shopify where I would like it to happen when you click this spot
Thank you for your help!
You can build drop-down menus by creating or moving menu items so that they are "nested" below a top-level item. The top-level item appears in the main menu on your online store, and the nested menu items appear in a drop-down menu. The top-level item can have up to two levels of nested drop-down menus:
All themes will display nested items as drop-down menus from the main menu, and some themes will display nested items as drop-down menus in other locations.
The appearance and location of the main menu and drop-down menus in your online store depend on your online store's theme. Some themes will display an icon beside the name of a drop-down menu in the main menu to help customers recognize that a drop-down menu is there.
Watch this video if you don't want to read the guide: https://youtu.be/ph2-a8Dbio4
And make sure you have a check-list when migration is done: Checklist To Set Up Shopify Store After A Platform Migration
Hi thanks for the quick response but what I would like to know is how can I control the "Top Nested Collection" Or atleast make it inactive I used "#" so that I didn't have to link it to anything but it still treats it as a hyper link