WordPress Custom Menus

This guide to the WordPress Menu system (introduced in WP 3.0) covers the basic tasks a user may carry out when using the built-in menu editor such as: Defining a menu, adding items to a menu, customising menu items using the ‘Navigation Label’ and ‘Title Attribute’ options, deleting menu items and creating multi-level menus.

NOTE- In WordPress 3.6 the menu page has been updated.At the top of the menus page there are now two tabs: ‘Edit Menus’ and ‘Manage Locations’.



Defining a Menu
You will have to define a menu before you can work on it. The steps below outline this process:
1. Login to the WordPress Dashboard
2. From the ‘Appearance’ menu on the left-hand side of the Dashboard select the ‘Menus
option to bring up the menu editor. You should see something similar to the screenshot below in your browser window:


3. Enter a name for your new menu in the Menu Name box then click the Create Menu button. For the sake of this example, we’ll give this menu the name navmenu but you can give it any name you want. Next, make sure navmenu (or whatever you’ve called it) is selected as our primary menu by clicking on the ‘Manage Locations’ tab at the top of the page and checking it is the ‘Assigned Menu’. In the Twenty Fourteen theme you can select from 2 locations for your menu.

4. The menu editor should now look something like the screenshot below:



Adding Items to a Menu
In this example, we’ll add 6 pages to the menu we created in the previous section. One of the pages added in this example will point to the ‘Home’ page of the site. The steps you will need to take are listed below:
TYPE 01- In the left-hand corner of the menu editor screen, you should see a sub-menu titled ‘Pages’
In this sub-menu, click the View All link. This will bring up a list of all the pages that are currently published on your site/blog. (See the screenshot below.)

TYPE 02- Select the pages you want to add to your menu by clicking the checkbox to the left of each
item’s title.In this example, the ‘Home’, ‘About’, ‘Another New Page’, ‘Child Page 1’, ‘Child Page 2’, and ‘Level 1’ Pages will be used

TYPE 03- When you have selected the pages you want to include, click the Add to Menu button located in the bottom right-hand corner. You should now see a series of boxes, with the page titles of the items you added in the previous step on the left-hand side of each box

NOTE Click the Save Menu button to save the changes

Deleting a menu item
To access the options for the relevant menu item, find the corresponding menu item box in the right-hand corner of the menu editor window and left-click on the arrow icon in the top right-hand corner of it. The menu item box should then expand and the options we need to edit should be visible.

TYPE 01- Click on the Remove link in the bottom left-hand corner. The menu item box for the menu item you deleted should no longer be displayed

TYPE 02- Click the Save Menu button to save the changes you have made


Customising Menu Items
Before we jump to the example, a little explanation about the ‘Navigation Label’ and ‘Title Attribute’ options is needed
The ‘Navigation Label’ option specifies the title of the menu item as it appears on the navigation
menu. This is what your users will see displayed on the navigation menu when they visit your site/blog.
The Title Attribute’ option specifies the Alternative (or ‘Alt’) text for the menu item. This is what will be displayed when a users’ mouse hovers over a menu item,
The steps you will need to take are listed below
TYPE 01- Left-click on the arrow in the top right-hand corner of the menu item box. The menu item box should then expand and the options we need to edit should be visible
TYPE 02-Enter the values for the Navigation Label and Title Attribute that you want to assign to the
menu item and then click the Save Menu button to save the changes.

NOTE In the menu editor, the title for the menu item you edited should have now been changed to thevalue you entered for the Navigation Label option. In the case of this example, it now has the label ‘Page 2’ instead of ‘Another New Page.
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