How can a view have multiple navbars, and what is its structure?
Start by defining the HTML structure of your web page. You can use standard HTML tags like
<footer> to structure your page content. For multiple navigation bars, you can use additional
<nav> elements or
Content: Populate your navigation bars with appropriate links and menu items. The primary navigation bar typically contains links to the main sections of your site, while the secondary navigation bar can provide additional context-specific links or actions.
Remember that the specific structure and styling of your multiple navigation bars will depend on your project’s requirements and design preferences. In most cases, it’s a good practice to keep the user interface clean and intuitive to avoid overwhelming users with too many navigation elements.