Breadcrumbs are a type of secondary horizontal navigation that display the user’s location on the website in a hierarchical way. It is especially important to use breadcrumb on big websites that contain a large amount of content in order to provide a better user experience.
In this article you can find information about disabling and enabling breadcrumb globally or only for a specific page, as well as configuring the breadcrumb design.
Disabling or Enabling Breadcrumbs
It is possible to enable or disable breadcrumb globally or only for a specific page.
To disable or enable breadcrumb globally:
Disabling or Enabling Breadcrumb for a Specific Page
To disable or enable breadcrumb for a specific page:
Configuring the Design
There is only one option related to the breadcrumb design in Jupiter.
To configure the breadcrumb design:
|Text Skin||Sets the breadcrumb skin. There are only two skin options: for a light background and for a dark background.|
Configuring Breadcrumbs with Yoast SEO Plugin
Besides the current options that Jupiter provides, You can use Yoast SEO plugin for further customization of breadcrumbs. Yoast Plugins provides you extra power to configure anchor text, separators between breadcrumb items and prefixes for global or specific pages such as the archive or search pages.
Installing the Yoast SEO Plugin
Configuring Breadcrumb with the Yoast SEO Plugin
This page has some options for configuring breadcrumb. Configure your breadcrumb settings according to your needs.
|Separator between breadcrumbs||Sets the breadcrumb separator.
|Anchor text for the Homepage||Sets the breadcrumb anchor text for the homepage.
|Prefix for the breadcrumb path||Sets the breadcrumb path prefix.
|Prefix for Archive breadcrumbs||Sets the breadcrumb prefix for the archive page.
|Prefix for Search Page breadcrumbs||Sets the breadcrumb prefix for the search page.
|Breadcrumb for 404 Page||Sets the breadcrumbs for the 404 page.