Site Menus are the list of links that are usually displayed as the main navigation for your site. The menu location can vary depending on your theme, and some themes offer additional menus such as social links menus. Table of Contents. The steps below will show you how to edit existing Site Menus, or create your own custom Site Menu. The Social Links menu styles menu items as social icons. In this case, we want the Primary Menu.
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Sometimes you might want your WordPress navigation menu items to link directly to a page section that sits in the middle of a larger page, rather than simply to the top of the page. For example: instead of creating a nav menu link to a Contact page, how do I create a menu link to the Contact section of my homepage? Being able to create WordPress menu links to page sections is especially important on one-page websites, or on multi-page sites that have long scrolling homepages or sales pages.
There are many reasons why you might want to add a custom links to your WordPress menu. This will open the Menus screen as shown in the image below. In future posts we will cover creating menus, custom menus and even menus using categories and WooCommerce product menus.
WordPress comes with a drag and drop menu interface that you can use to create header menus, menus with dropdown options, and more. A navigation menu is a list of a links pointing to important areas of a website. They are usually presented as a horizontal bar of links at the top of every page on a website. WordPress makes it really easy to add menus and sub-menus. You can add links to your most important pages , categories or topics, blog posts, and even custom links such as your social media profile. The exact location of your menu will depend on your WordPress theme.