In a website, menus are the set of content filter links generally placed horizontally at the top of a website for providing easy navigation. A Menu shows what you are offering in your website. For example: If you are running a blog on recipes then you can use navigation for offering various dish types like separate menus for dishes, soups, deserts, fast foods, detox meals etc. In this tutorial we will guide you to WordPress Menu system covering all important tasks and using the built-in menu editor.
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Managing WordPress menus is easy, its default structure allows you to add menu items from various filters of your website, rearrange them with drag and drop interface and set their navigation label and title attribute. However, there are some more advanced options which can be enabled from ‘Screen Options‘ tab present in top right corner of menu admin screen. In this tutorial we will show you how to set some menu links to open in a new tab.
Accessibility on web means the websites containing web pages that everyone can use. WordPress also keeps Accessibility commitment so that anyone can easily get access to pages. This is not just for impaired and handicapped users but this is also for handicapped devices.
Suppose you are accessing your website from a smartphone device or may be you are using any old Internet browser or if you are located on a place with very slow Internet connection or whatever.
WordPress widgets page also provides you accessibility option. You can easily turn it ON/OFF in situations where you cannot move your widgets with drag and drop feature.
Turning on ‘Accessibility Mode‘ through WordPress ‘Screen Options‘ option present in top right corner of your WordPress admin screen will make things much easier for you.
Widgets page with Enabled Accessibility Mode displays all widgets with an ‘Add‘ button. Clicking the ‘Add‘ button on a widget opens up a new page where you can use dropdown menu for choosing a widget area (for that specific widget). Another drop down menu lets you select the widget position.
WordPress Widgets are the functional blocks mostly used in sidebars for adding content and features. Now-a-days WordPress Widgets are not just limited to sidebars but there are many good themes which provides you with more widget areas like Twenty Fourteen WordPress theme has three different widget areas: First is the primary sidebar (on left), second widgets area is content sidebar (on right) and the third widget area is present on the footer and hence widgets can be added on all there widget areas.