01) Access your Administrative Panel www.yoursite.com/wp-admin
02) After login click on Appearance >> Menu
The Menus subpanel contains a menu creation area for your theme, this screen is divided into an area consisting of several boxes or modules on the left and a large area on the right where the created menu is displayed.
On the Screen Options tab you choose which boxes or modules to display or not on this screen. Click the Display Options tab to display a list of modules and possible item options that you can add to the menu. The options are:
Show on screen
Choose which boxes or modules of content types you can enter as menu items. These modules can be moved by hovering the mouse cursor over the module's title bar, when the mouse cursor changes to a four-headed arrow, hold down the left mouse button, drag the module to where you want to place it And then release the mouse button (this is called "drag and drop").
Show advanced menu properties
These extra options, if selected, appear within each item added to the menu.
Provides a check box with the option Open link in a new window / tab.
Provides a text box to inform a custom CSS class of the item.
Links Link (XFN)
Provides a text box to inform the XFN relation of the item.
Provides a text box to enter a description for the item.
Edit menus tab
Contains the types of site items that can be link items from a menu. On the left are the types of items that can be menu items grouped in groups eg Pages, Categories etc.
To insert the page link as menu items.
To insert a custom link as a menu item.
View Forum Posts
To insert the posts link as a menu item.
To insert the link of a category page (listing) as a menu item.
To insert the link of a page (listing) of a format as a menu item.
To insert a link from a tag page (listing) as a menu item.
To insert a link from a taxonomy page (listing) as a menu item. Some custom taxonomies may be available in this panel or not, this depends on options in the taxonomy creation code.
In the Screen Options tab you can hide / show item types.
Some themes / plugins can create other types that can also be menu items.
Manage Positions tab
Contains theme options to show menus. This tab is only visible if the theme has any menu area to show menus, otherwise a message appears:
Your theme does not support menus natively, but you can use them in sidebars by adding the "Custom Menu" widget on the Widget screen.
This means that your theme does not have the ability to display native WordPress menus, but you can still create a menu to show in a widget area, such as laterals, footers, etc.
Positions in the Theme, inform the menu areas of the current theme, that is, the menu areas that the theme author created and where you can choose then which menu should appear in the place. Some themes may have multiple menu areas or no areas.
Takes you to the editing screen of the selected menu.
Use new menu
Eva for the creation of a new.
Note: You can use the same menu in all menu areas that the theme has no problem at all.
How to create a Menu
The direct area of the screen is where the menus are created and where we also create different menus. The menus you create will look like tabs in this area and you can create multiple menus even if you do not use them without any problems. The first thing to do is enter a name for your menu, choose a name that has to do with the area that the menu will appear for example.
If the current theme does not support menus, in the Positions in the Left Theme box, the message "The current theme does not support menus, but you can use the" Custom Menu "widget to add any menus you create here to the theme sidebar ".
1. Creating the Menu
To create a menu, click the + tab in the area on the right of the screen, enter a name, for example Menu to the top and click Create Menu.
2. Adding Items
Then mark the items in the boxes or modules on the left and click the Add to Menu button. You can add: pages, posts, categories, tags, available taxonomies and custom links to display boxes of these items click on the Screen Options tab and check the boxes that you want to display.
3. Organizing the menu
The added items are listed linearly in the area to the right, you can drag and drop each item to the position and order you want.
4. Nested ItemsYour submenus are items that appear as a drop-down menu when you move your mouse cursor over an item. This feature exists on standard themes (TwentyTen and TwentyEleven). Note: Before creating submenus, see if your theme is coded to show them, some themes only allow you to show menus pr