WordPress themes display the static pages in alphabetical order as their default menu. You can create custom menus pointing at pages inside or outside the site with the Custom menu option and assign them to the menu areas defined by the current theme.
- [Instructor] Navigation is essential…for your visitors to be able to find…what they're looking for when they go to your site.…You can create custom navigation menus…and assign them to predefined menu locations…in the current activated theme, right from the customizer.…This is all done under the Menus option.…From this feature, you can create new menus…and you can also see the available menu locations.…And in the 2019 theme, you have two locations.…The Primary location, which appears up here…towards the header, and also a Social Links menu,…which allows you to link to social media sites…and everything else.…
The Social Links menu will display the actual icons…to those services rather than text.…Where as Primary menu will just display the menu text…as you define it.…The first step is to create a new menu.…You do that by clicking Create New Menu.…Then you need to give the menu a name.…So, I'll just call this Main Menu.…You can choose a menu location for the menu right away.…So, I'll set this one to Primary…and then I'll click Next to actually set up the menu.…
- Adjusting settings
- Changing discussion and privacy settings
- Using the Customizer to adjust site identity and visuals
- Creating and customizing menus
- Installing and activating themes
- Extending WordPress with plugins
- Adding and managing users
- Managing comments and spam
- WordPress security and maintenance
Skill Level Beginner
How WordPress works1m 47s
2. Configuration with the Customizer
3. Extending WordPress with Plugins
5. Security and Maintenance
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