July 18, 2012


Woohoo!  I finally worked out how to get my menu on the black bar of the header.  In Dashboard, go to Appearance=>Menus.  Give the Menu a name and then Save.  Go to Pages=>View All on left side.  Select your parent templates and click Add to Menu.  Then go to Categories=>View All.  Select the categories that you want for subheadings and click Add to Menu.  Now comes the easy bit, rearrange the order of how you want people to navigate around your site.  Move subheadings a little to the right when it’s under the Parent template.  If done right, it should be indented by about 1cm.  Save it.  Go to Theme Locations and select the drop down box under Secondary Menu and choose the name of the menu that you just created and save.  If you need to make your menus Static then go to April 15, 2012 journal post.  I reckon it makes my site cooler.  Hope it gives you some ideas in designing your navigation menus for your site.  Cheers and enjoy.

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