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This follow-up to “Menu Editing Basics in WordPress” aims to add to your WordPress menu editing skills. Learn how to create three additional menu types in this video tutorial: the expanding menu item, the link to a PDF in the media library, and a link that displays posts from a particular category.
Have you ever wondered how to insert a page in the menu in WordPress? Whether you’re new to WordPress or just need a quick refresher in basic menu editing, keep reading. In this brief step-by-step tutorial, Kelly demonstrates how to locate the menu editing area, add a page to the menu, and organize the link structure.
Links to webpages and files are a basic part of the web. In fact, without them it wouldn’t be much of a ‘web’. The WordPress content editor makes it easy to insert new links and edit existing ones. There are three types of links that will commonly be inserted:
- Internal pages or posts – These are links to pages or posts within your own WordPress site. WordPress makes it really easy to choose which existing page or post to link to.
- External websites or files – Anything that is outside of your WordPress site is an an external link. WordPress allows you to specify a URL for any external content.
- Internal files – The WordPress content editor makes it really easy to upload a file and link to it, all in one simple interface.
One of the most frequently asked questions about using WordPress for managing a website is:
How do I disable the comments on a page or post?
While the comment system in WordPress works really well and can be a great way to get feedback, there are many instances when comments from site visitors are not necessary or appropriate. By default, the option for a site visitor to leave a comment is on. It is not obvious how to turn comments off when creating or editing a page because the option is initially hidden.
The following short video shows how to disable comments on a page or post and how to change the default setting so that comments are off when creating new content.