Adding pages to the menu

Adding an internal page (one that exists under the “Pages” section) is easy. All you need to do is locate the title of the page, check the box (or multiple boxes, if adding multiple pages) and click “Add to Menu.” Do this, hover over the “Appearance” section of WordPress and click on “Menus”. That will open the Edit Menu tab. Choose your page/s with the “Add menu items” section (as shown).

Locating a page

If your site has many pages, you may need to search for the page title until you come across the correct one. To make this easier, WordPress supplies three different searching options:

Most Recent – This tab will display a list of pages you’ve most recently edited or created.

View All – This tab will display a list of pages sorted alphabetically. This section may have multiple pages, depending on the number of pages on your site.

Search – The search tab gives you a text field for specifying keywords to locate. This is often the quickest method. Note: The keyword needs to exist in the title of the page, not the body text.

Your page/s will become “items” in the Menu Structure section, which can be edited with a drag and drop. Items within the structure will be indented if it is a sub-item within that menu; or a lower hierarchy.  Click the blue Save Menu button when completed.