How to Create a Custom Navigation Menu

6 responses on “How to Create a Custom Navigation Menu

  1. last bench

    Hi, this video is very good. I added a submenu from a category and works fine. However while on the sub-menu (category) view/page That sub-gategory title does not show on top (where all menu show). So in your next video maybe you could also show us how to display the path (just below the menu) on the page itself , so viewers know where they are (in the sub-menu). (e.g. Home > Book store > Magazines).


  2. debra carpin

    My site doesn’t have any of these options …. whats the problem ? any ideas ?


    • phodigraphy

      Can you be more specific? on your dashboard, if you’ll go to Appearance>>Menus, you will find it, If you can’t find it there, You are probably not an administrator on your site. it’s possible that whoever built your site gave you a lower role access ( subscriber, contributor, etc.), which in this case you will not have access to menus and other design tools. LMK


  3. goldlokje

    hi, when i add an category to the menu it doesn’t show up or the subtitle… what can i do ?


  4. top1legal

    Thank you for the tutorial! i finally got what i was looking for (and trust me i searched for hours!!)


  5. Daniel Keith

    Hi Jerry,
    Great tutorial indeed. Before watching this tutorial creating a custom menu for my WordPress website was not more than a fantasy.

    Thanks for sharing your professional experience!


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August 3, 2013

It’s easy to create a custom navigation menu for your site using the WordPress custom menu function. We’ll cover how to set up your first custom menu, as well how to create drop-down menus and other basic settings.

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