Join Carrie Dils for an in-depth discussion in this video Working with menus in Genesis, part of Up and Running with Genesis for WordPress.
…In this lesson we'll walk through creating a new menu item from scratch, and…assigning it to the primary navigation area of our Genesis sample theme.…That's this dark menu bar here.…Genesis uses the custom menu feature built into WordPress, so…creating custom menus in Genesis is just the same as it is in non-Genesis theme.…Once you've published some post and pages, you're ready to create your menu.…In the WordPress dashboard, we'll go to Appearance, Menu and…then select the create a New Menu link.…Let's go ahead and give it a name and save it.…
At this point we've successfully created a menu but there is nothing in it.…So, let's add some items.…By default on the left side you'll see the available items you can choose from,…things like pages and categories.…If you click on the screen options tab in the upper right hand corner of…your page you can add more items to select from such as posts, links or tabs.…When we did that those items are now available on the left side for…us to add to our menu.…So lets go ahead and add some items.…
- What is Genesis?
- Which files make up a child theme?
- Setting up navigation options, breadcrumbs, and comments
- Adding custom header and footer scripts
- Working with menus
- Working with the Featured Post and Featured Page widgets
- Using the Genesis Import/Export feature