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Menus are the key elements that allow a user to navigate your website. WordPress/Divi offer three menu options, but we generally only use two of them. These can be edited through both WordPress OR the Divi theme. More than likely your menus will be managed through the WordPress editor.
Your website design may vary – yours may use some alternative designs for menus or some global options. Send a ticket for assistance in reviewing the design of your specific website.
This article covers:
- Understanding and identifying menus on your website (listed from top down on a webpage).
- Understanding what edits and adjustments can be made to your menu using the WordPress vs. the Divi theme editor.
Header & Navigation
The top of your webpage has two spaces for header information which includes the header elements area, and the Primary (dropdown) menu area. While technically the header elements aren’t a “menu” they do occasionally need to be updated and can be tricky to get at.
Header Elements (Divi Theme)
While technically not a “menu,” the header elements that appear at the top of many library websites do occasionally need to be changed.
This area is part of the Divi Theme, so needs to be accessed through the Divi Theme Customizer, accessed in the lefthand menu on the dashboard.
This customizer. Next click on “Header & Navigation.”
Next select Header Elements
Now you can update the information on the top header bar of your website:
Note: this screen does show a live preview of the changes you are making on your websie.