Your WordPress menu is the list of links that are typically displayed at the top of your site. A menu makes it easy for your visitors to find their way around your site’s pages and other content. Our guides will show you how to add and edit your site’s menu settings.
When you start a new site, a menu is created for you automatically. However, if you need to create a new menu from scratch, this guide will show you how.
A menu contains links to pages, blog posts, and other content so that your visitors can easily navigate around your site. This guide will show you how to add links to your menu.
As a blogger, it’s common to include categories in your menu so that readers can view posts for a specific topic on your blog. This guide will show you how.
This guide will show you how to add drop-down menus (or sub-menus) to your menu.
This guide will show you how to rearrange your menu items to be listed in the exact order that you want them to appear.
Many themes come with a built-in Social Links Menu to show attractive icons that link to services like Twitter and Facebook so that visitors can find you on social media. This guide will show you how to set up your theme’s built-in social links menu.
Your theme determines how the menu looks on your site. This guide will show you the various ways you can change the menu’s design.
Once you have created a menu and added any pages, category pages, or custom links you like, you may want to check out these advanced menu capabilities to get the most out of your menu.
This guide will show you how to remove items from your menu and delete a menu entirely.