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WordPress WordPress for Website Owners Adding and Editing Content Menus in WordPress

Menus in wordpress

Why would you want more than one menu? What is the reason for wanting to do that? And why do you care about the navigational information in the URL?

2 Answers

Jonathan Grieve
Jonathan Grieve
Treehouse Moderator 91,253 Points

Well from an general point of view you might have 2 menus for the top level navigation and then maybe a sub menu on the left hand side for multiple pages in that page of the top level navigation.

As to the last question I think this is an SEO requirement that you identify all and every pages in your navigation.

2,688 Points

You can place separate menus around some templates, for example you could make a header (main) and footer (sub) menu to your site which both can have different content. This could also be used if your site has a main navigation at the top and a side navigation next to the content which highlights different sections of your site to navigate to or include links to places that would clutter the main navigation.