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In this Watch Me Work live stream we take a collective look at the different menu link types available for presenting your Joomla articles on your site.

 - The video is part of a live stream series titled "Watch Me Work Live Stream 024" on YouTube.
- The host, Tim Davis, is a Joomla enthusiast.
- He discusses different menu link types in Joomla articles to present content in various formats.
- Tim invites viewers to subscribe, ring the notification bell, and share their thoughts in the comments.
- The stream aims to provide insights and solutions for managing Joomla sites.
- Tim reviews the use of menu items in Joomla, emphasizing the importance of setting menu item types.
- He explores how changing the menu item type can affect the way links behave.
- Tim demonstrates how to create and configure menu items, including using separators to group menu items without making them clickable.
- He briefly mentions the use of tags as an alternative to categories for organizing content in Joomla.

Watch Me Work Livestreams 024

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Tim Davis is the founder and owner of Cybersalt.
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