These are optional. You can choose to have dynamic dropdown menus on your generated pages.
For example: You are designing an input form and you need users
to specify which State or Province they are from.
Your current table, employees, holds the personnel information and you want to let the user choose from a list of available states in another table states that you've already set up to contain the state/province abbreviations. You simply click on the list of fields to begin adding fields to the dropdown builder:
At this time because you have supplied all the information
required to add a drop down field, click the ADD
If you change your mind, you can make the field no longer of type drop down list, by simply clicking on the appropriate line in the list of drop down fields. The order in which you add these dropdown field specifications does not matter.
These are a list of category links that will show up on the Menu page to allow you to jump to the search results page and narrow the search to items from a specific category. The categories will be pulled from the chosen dropdown menus. You can choose which dropdown menu choices you would like to use as a category list by selecting the checkbox for that fieldname. From our example above where we have a dropdown menu of available state/provinces we can now choose to have this list of state/provinces show up in a bulleted list on the Menu Page. People can then quickly just to the search results page narrowing their search to a specific state/province in this example.