In this video, we discuss how to insert a WordPress navigation menu in a sidebar and style it using custom CSS. We show how to insert a CSS rule to make the width of each menu consistent, remove the border, adjust the font size and add color to the hover and to the nav menu.
We demonstrate how to add a navigation menu to the footer of web page in our to our Community Library Case Study site. We create an administrative menu in the dashboard under Appearance and Menus and then we add a new function to our custom_functions.php to add this menu to the footer. We use the
A member wants to add a second navigation menu to his Thesis site. He wants to add a category menu below his header. He also wants the menu to look and behave exactly as his Thesis Nav Menu does. In this lesson we add a new WordPress 3.0 menu and then hook it into a
A member asked when it is appropriate to use the WordPress Menu system rather than the Thesis Nav Menu. I actually use both on my site. The Thesis Nav Menu is displayed to viewers who aren’t logged in and the WordPress Menu is displayed to members who are logged in. In this video we look