Working with the navigation block and WordPress Menus

We get quite a few questions about how to add a menu to a website so we created this screencast to help guide you through the process.

It’s a quick tutorial but if you have questions, post in the comments!

Note: Screencast was re-recorded on October 16, 2014 to make it easier to follow (hopefully).

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  1. Whoo, that was fast. I have a navigation menu – Main Menu and a footer nav bar called footer. If I want to make another navigation bar above my header, how would I create that? I tried the other day, called it Menu 2 and it changed all my main menu items on my current nav bar into funky links like Whoops page and disclaimer, which was odd because I did not save it in the Grid! So I know I did something wrong. Or, do we not have the option to make a 3rd nav bar/menu ?

    • Of course you do. You make another navigation block and create a new menu with the items you want and assign that menu to the navigation block in Theme Locations!

    • Hi Dan,
      It depends. A horizontal menu has a sub-menu beneath it by default. You’d need CSS to change that. A vertical menu has the sub-menu display to the right by default.

      If you need further assistance, please start a thread in the forums so we can assist you. Thanks!

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