Do you want to Add Topics in your WordPress Website Navigation Menu?
Before getting to this topic, you need to create a navigation menu on your site. If you haven’t created it yet, follow our tutorial guide to Add Navigation Menu in WordPress. In the previous tutorial, we learned to Add Specific Post to WordPress Navigation Menu.
Navigation Menu or primary menu is the main menu that mostly appears on the top of the site homepage. The menu consists of all the useful links that access to the important post/page of the site. But, a navigation menu doesn’t necessarily need to have posts and pages links. It can have categories, tags, and related topics too.
With the changes in the site, there can be a necessity to add topics in your navigation menu. WordPress users assume that they need to create pages for each topic and add to the menu. But, doing so won’t allow you to add relevant posts.
In this tutorial, we will learn to Add Topics in WordPress Navigation Menu without creating pages or writing any HTML code. Let’s Start:
- Go to Appearance>>Menu and Create a New Menu.
- Give a name to the menu and select all the posts, pages and categories that you would like to add in the new topic of the navigation menu.
After you Add all the posts, pages, categories, custom links, you can see the menu structure at the right-hand column.
- Drag and Drop to arrange the item in the way you prefer.
- Scroll down to the page to the menu settings and select the display location of the menu as main or the primary.
- Save the menu.
Now, preview your site and see the live changes.