First of all, TikiWiki is a great software with so many possibilities. This is great! But as always with a lot of possibilities, there is a huge amount of things to learn. I don't want you to solve my problems, but please point me in the right direction. Thanks!
I want to build a wiki site as a collection of information, which I want to allow to grow, but at the same time I want to stay ahead of things. I want it to be well structured, including a navigation bar/menu. Tiki seems to be very well suited for that.
What is the best and most manageable way to implement a navigation menu with the following needs?
- several levels (at least 4 to 5)
- Bootstrap-type (normal navigation bar), not Superfish-type (floating menu)
- each item should have the opportunity to be a link ("must be a link" would be OK as well) - no matter if there are subitems or not
- should fold dynamically as the user wishes (for example using those little triangles in front)
- would be great if it builds itself automatically on the basis of my structure-tree that I already maintain
I would be grateful if someone points me into the right direction what i should watch out for in the documentation, there are just too many ways to (maybe) do such a thing... i'm a bit overwhelmed in the moment.