April 15, 2012

An interesting week, enjoyed receiving news that I have helped people.  I realised in how to build my navigation menu for the site, I didn’t explain how I made some menu headings into static.  Got to Custom Menu Support and the section called “Adding a Static Top-Level Tabs“.  This helped me to organise my links.  If your lazy here’s how.  Dashboard=>Menu, then go to the “Customs Links” box on the left.  Add # in the URL section and type in the top menu label that you want static e.g. “Guidelines”.  Select “Add to Menu” and move it into place for your navigation menu.  It should say  Custom on the right side of the bar.  Simple isn’t it.


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2 comments on “April 15, 2012
  1. Schimandle says:

    I like the helpful information you provide in your articles. I will bookmark your weblog and check again here regularly. I am quite sure I will learn a lot of new stuff right here! Good luck for the next!

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