How To Show/Remove Breadcrumbs for CMS Pages in Magento 2

Breadcrumbs are used a lot in websites with complex structures, lots of content. In addition to increasing user experience, it’s also great for SEO. Magento allows you to show/remove it in the Admin Panel. In this post, we will show you How To Show/Remove Breadcrumbs for CMS Pages in Magento 2.

What is Breadcrumb?

Breadcrumbs are a set of links that help users determine their current position in site structure. This term is associated with the Grimms’ Fairy Tales: Hansel and Gretel, in which two children spread breadcrumbs along the way to find home.

This is also the mission of breadcrumbs in the User Experience of the website and SEO. In a website with a complex structure or a lot of content, breadcrumb navigation is an effective way to help users navigate the website and make it more convenient to navigate between pages.

For users, breadcrumbs are tools that help users navigate a website, reduce clicks and actions to return to high-level pages and reduce bounce rate.

For SEO, breadcrumbs increase the amount of keyword-linked anchor text on your website, your breadcrumbs can show up on the search results (SERPs), increasing the likelihood of users clicking on your results among other search results.

Breadcrumb in Magento 2 product page

Steps To Show/Remove Breadcrumbs for CMS Pages In Magento 2

Step 1: Login to Admin Panel.

Step 2: Choose STORES -> Settings -> Configuration.

Step 3: Select GENERAL -> Web in the left panel.

Select Web from left panel

Step 4: Expand the Default Pages section.

Expland Default Pages Section

Step 5: Uncheck Use system value field and change Show Breadcrumbs for CMS Pages.

Choose Show or Remove breadcrumb for CMS Pages
  • Choose Yes to Show Breadcrumbs for CMS Pages.
  • Choose No to Remove Breadcrumbs for CMS Pages.

Step 6: Click to Save Config, and refresh cache.

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