WordPress Menu Positions and Custom Menus
Website Menus and Navagation
What do you got and where do I go first.
The Menu and Navigation to your Website is important and you want to make it as easy as you can for the people that visit your website.
As you continue to review available Themes for your WordPress website you will want to look over the menu options it offers you. Naturally the first thing is the look of the menu items and sub-menu items. Most if not all Themes have a top horizontal menu at least. If your website is going to have a high number of pages you are going to have to figure out how you are going to create the navigation for your website.
The second thing you are going to want to look into is how many menu positions the Theme offers such as a footer menu or header menu position. Clearly the more options you have the better so do see what each Theme has to offer.
If the Theme you are review is responsive you will want to look at it on a phone or device to see how the menu changes and looks from one to the next.
This may not seem like a big issue however the one thing I’ve noticed is that the menu positions in WordPress are site wide. The Top Menu is the Top Menu on every page and post on your website. The ability to specify an alternate menu is just not an option that I have seen using WordPress. Additional Menus can be added to your Website by using Widgets which is what I will cover next.
Now that you know how important the Menus are for your WordPress Website what’s next?