Since Navigation menu guide your visitors to important sections of your website, it is the most important design element on any page.
In most wordpress themes, this menu is placed as a horizontal menu close to the header. Of course, the menu location can vary depending on your theme and some themes support more than one menu locations.
When you install wordpress, it automatically creates a default Navigation menu. This menu contains a list of your top-level pages. It’s generally a bad idea to include a list of all page titles in menu. Keep your Navigation Short and List the Most Important Pages First.
Fortunately wordPress provides a user friendly interface which let you add and manage any any page including category and tag archives, posts, pages and custom links.
- Step 1:Login to the WordPress Dashboard.
- Step 2: From the ‘Appearance’ menu on the left-hand side of the Dashboard, select the ‘Menus’ option to bring up the Menu Editor.
- Step 3: Create Your Navigation Menu
- Step 4: Assign Your Menu To The Desired Location