I just created one yesterday, so here’s how I did it with Wayfinder:
First, the basic Wayfinder call, defining the
startId and more important as you requested the
[[Wayfinder? &startId=`0` &level=`1`]]
In my case I wanted to change the default class name for the “active” site from
.current. I also wanted to apply the
.current class on the
li-tag and not as by default on the
a-tag. To achieve this I created a chunk template (called
rowTpl) and referenced it together with the new class name in the Wayfinder call:
[[Wayfinder? &startId=`0` &level=`1` &rowTpl=`rowTpl` &hereClass=`current`]]
rowTpl chunk looks like this:
<li [[+wf.classes]]><a href="[[+wf.link]]" title="[[+wf.title]]">[[+wf.linktext]]</a></li>
There’s plenty more attributes and settings to be adjusted for you liking, just take a look at the Docs.
Remember you can always hide a single resource from your navigation by editing it under the “Document”-tab and checking the little box named “Hide From Menus”.