For our unified Drupal platform, we require all of our sites main menu items to be a page and any sub-pages to show a path following the parent menu item. So if "About Us" (with a path of /about-us) is a top level menu item, it must be a page. And the page "History" under that will have a path of /about-us/history. "About Us" cannot be a
<nolink> with History as a child. How can I prevent users from using the
<nolink> option for menu links? The core link module includes in the description to the user of how to include the
<nolink> option. That shows that if it supports internal and external links. Well, I don't want to exclude one of those for menu links in general. I'm thinking I'm going to have to do a form alter, plus some type of validation, but I'm not sure what.
It was added from this issue but they did not do a toggle the way the D7 link contrib module did. And it's a toggle I need - to turn it off in this case.