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Navigation Web Part Sharepoint 2013

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I need to create a couple of navigation panes for my website in Sharepoint 2013.  Is it possible to do this using a web part?  For example, I need a horizontal list of navigational links to go along the bottom of each page.  I also would like to make a vertical list of quick links that is positioned in the upper right-hand corner of each page.  I can do something similar by using tables in the text editing area, but a web part would make life so much simpler in the long run.
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by:Rainer Jeschor
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Hi,
how dynamical would the links be? Are they the same for the whole web app? Or just on site collection level? Or depending on the site?
Should this be current url related (relative) links or full/hard coded ones?

If its on the whole web app/site collection I would simply adjust (copy and edit the copy) the master page.

So your horizontal navigation menu should follow the page scrolling on the bottom OR should it be placed and stay on the bottom - independent of the page size?
The same question for the top right navigation: should it follow the page scrolling or simply stay on top right (meaning if you scroll down it will become invisible).

Thanks.
Rainer
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I would like for both link groups to be stationary and depend on the site.
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I was able to use a Summary Links web part.
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I ended up answering my own question.
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