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Many WordPress Themes allow you to easily customize your site’s navigation menus. Depending on your Theme, you can create multiple navigation menus and place them in different parts of your site. For example, the Twenty Eleven Theme allows you to customize the horizontal navigation menu at the top of your site and you can add custom navigation menus to your sidebars and footer by using the Custom Menus widget.
Unfortunately, not all WordPress Themes allow you to customize navigation menus. To find out if your activated Theme has this feature, look for Appearance > Menus when logged into your site. If it doesn't exist, then your Theme most likely does not support custom navigation menus. If does exist, click through and look in the "Theme Locations" box. If it tells you that "This Theme does not natively support menus," then you can only use custom navigation menus through the Custom Menu Widget.
WordPress makes it easy to create a menu for your site's main navigation (if supported) or the Custom Menu widget.
To add items to your menu:
To delete an item from your menu, click on the arrow icon in the top right-hand corner of the menu item. The menu item box should expand and reveal the options you can edit and a "Remove" link.
Once you have added an item to your menu, you can change its label (the word that your vistors on your menu). You can also change the "Title Attribute" (the text that will show in the alt attribute in your menu's HTML allowing screen readers to interpret your menu).
To change your a Menu Item's Navigation Label or Title Attribute:
The WordPress menu editor allows you to create multi-level menus using a simple "drag and drop" interface. You can drag menu items up and down to change their order of appearance in the menu, or you can drag them left or right in order to create a multi-level menu structure.
To show your new menu on your site, select the name of your menu in the appropriate drop-down box under "Theme Locations" and click "Save".