Getting your navigation right is a fundamental piece of your affiliate site. In this guide, we will run through on how to set up your site navigation.
Launch the Site Editor
You can load the Site Editor from the Front End of your Site or from your WordPress Dashboard, we will cover both here.
Launch Site Editor from the Front End
Launch Site Editor from the WordPress Dashboard
The Site Editor should now be open and look like this:
Creating/Editing Navigation Menu
Once you’re in Site Editor, you’ll be able to create a new navigation menu.
Add a Category
Add a Page
Other Menu Items
You can add other menu items easily using the same methods above for:
Be creative and experiment.
Remember to save your work!
Reverting or restoring template parts back
In block themes you can easily revert or clear any configurations back to defaults.
Restore from a different revision
- Title Attribute: The
titleattribute in web design, specifically in HTML, provides additional information about an element when the mouse hovers over it. It is commonly used with navigation elements, such as links (
<a>tags), to offer supplementary context or a description of where the link leads. When a user hovers their cursor over an element with a
titleattribute, a small tooltip will typically appear, displaying the text that’s been assigned to that attribute. ↩︎
- Rel Attribute: The
relattribute in HTML specifies the relationship between the current document and the linked document or resource. It is most commonly used with the
relattribute helps browsers and search engines understand the purpose or nature of the link, which can influence behavior and interpretation. ↩︎