By default, Liferay’s Product Menu consists of three main sections: Control Panel, User Menu, and Site Administration. These sections are called panel categories. For instance, the Control Panel is a single panel category, and when clicking on it, you see four child panel categories: Users, Sites, Apps, and Configuration. Clicking a child panel category shows panel apps.

The Product Menu is intuitive and easy to use—but you can still change it any way you want. You can reorganize the panel categories and apps, or add completely new categories and populate them with custom panel apps. Here you’ll learn how to provide new or modified panel categories and panel apps for the Product Menu.

Adding Custom Panel Categories

As you navigate the Product Menu, you can see that Panel Apps like Web Content and Site Settings are organized into Panel Categories such as Content and Configuration. This tutorial explains how to...

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Adding Custom Panel Apps

After you have created a Category, create a Panel app to go in it: Create an OSGi module using your favorite third party tool, or use Blade CLI. Blade CLI offers a Panel App template to help...

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