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The Complete Idiot's Guide® To WordPress by Susan Gunelius

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Menus

Some WordPress themes allow you to publish custom menus using the Menus link in the Appearances section of your WordPress left menu, as shown in Figure 8-6.
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Figure 8-6 You can create custom menus for your WordPress blog.
If your chosen theme allows custom menus, the features on the Menus page of your WordPress dashboard will be active. Some themes even allow you to create primary and secondary menus!
 
Your blog’s menus are used in the navigation bar that typically appears at the top of your blog and most often includes links for visitors to quickly access the pages of your blog. Common navigation bar links include an About page and ...

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