Updating link bar
Hopefully, Samsung will see the folly in limiting the customization options for the navigation bar background and bring them back in a future update.
T-Mobile is now pushing an update to its Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 models, and it includes some notable changes.Finally, T-Mo’s Galaxy S8 and S8 are being bumped up to the June 1, 2017 Android security patch level.This update is now making its way to Galaxy S8 and S8 owners on T-Mobile.I’ve gotten a few tips from folks that received their update overnight, but if your GS8 or GS8 hasn’t yet gotten its update, you can go into your Settings app to check for it yourself.UPDATE: 3RD REVISION AUGUST 2016 Since the “Menus” were introduced in Word Press 3.0 it has become really easy to change any item in the navigation bar. Plus, learn how to edit existing webpages and add and modify web parts—without the need for HTML.
Finally, to help with end-user adoption, Mark shows you how to create some of the most popular views.
Also included are new background colors for the navigation bar.
So if you’re not really feeling the black navigation bar at the bottom of your screen, you can change the background color to something else.
First is that there’s a button on the left side of the navigation bar that you can use to hide the bar.
This will let you see more content on your screen since you won’t have a black bar blocking your view.
Give it a name, and then drag Pages, Posts, etc into the Menu Structure Box.