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Subnavigation

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Overview

A subnavigation allows users to navigate between a small number of page links.

Image of a subnavigation; a horizontal row of links placed on a light gray bar

Status

What do these mean?
Figma library:
Ready
Responsive:
Ready
RH Elements:
Ready
webRH:
Ready

Sample element

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Demo

<rh-subnav>
<a href="#">Users</a>
<a href="#">Containers</a>
<a href="#">Databases</a>
<a href="#" active>Servers</a>
<a href="#">System</a>
<a href="#">Network</a>
<a href="#">Cloud</a>
</rh-subnav>

<link rel="stylesheet" href="../rh-subnav-lightdom.css">
<script type="module">
import '@rhds/elements/rh-subnav/rh-subnav.js';
</script>

Full screen demo

When to use

  • When you need to connect a group of related pages together
  • When you need to offer users a more granular navigation
  • When you want to allow users to browse high-level and low-level pages in the same experience
Property Status Meaning
Figma library Ready Component is available in the Figma library
Responsive Ready Component responds to changing viewport sizes in Figma and the browser
RH Elements Ready Component is available as a web component
webRH Ready Component is available as a web component
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