Hi We are looking for what seems like simple code.. but need advice from people here. We have a ‘things to do’ page on our website. What we would like is when the user clicks on that page.. there is a menu box and when hovered/clicked on, it lists all the counties in the uk. When the user selects one.. that takes them to the page we have built on that county. Is this at all easy to do? Any help would be fantastic 🙂
Hello Ben, First create your countries pages under Pages >Add New.Then go to Appearance and create a Custom Link,set URL as # (see attached Image) and Add to Menu.Next add the countries pages to the menu and make them sub-items to the Custom Link you created (drag and drop). Here is a link to assist no setting up a menu in wordpress >>https://codex.wordpress.org/Appearance_Menus_Screen https://codex.wordpress.org/WordPress_Menu_User_Guide
Hi Josh Thankyou so much for the reply. All is good until I get to set URL as # ? Bit confused from this point as I cant see where this is in the attached image? Hope you can help 🙂
Sorry,here is the image
Hi Josh fab done all that.. its just when I get to the part in placing it into the site… the menu locations are confusing and placing it as a completely new menu at the top of the homepage? ..any tips? Can we place the menu into a page on the site not just a whole new menu on the homepage?
Actually Josh sorted it … looks good!! Thankyou so much! 🙂
Glad you solved it Ben.Good day 🙂
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