Published on December 7, 2016 by WPBeginner

Usually your WordPress theme handles how and where your navigation menus are displayed. Luckily there are plugins and tools to change that for your site. In this video we will show you how to add WordPress navigation menus in posts and pages.

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Summary of this tutorial:

Start by installing and activating the Menu Shortcode plugin under Plugins, Add New.

wordpress.org/plugins/menu-shortcode/

To use the plugin you would first want to go under Appearance, Menus to create a menu to place in your posts and pages named however you like.

With the menu created you can go to the post or page you want the menu to appear on.

Add the shortcode to the editor on the page and update your changes.

Your menu should now be listed on the page it was added to where you can add any CSS to change it you like.

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5 Comments on "How to Add WordPress Navigation Menu in Posts Pages"

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Abdelrahman Abdou
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Abdelrahman Abdou
8 days 10 hours ago

How can I create a quick navigation menu in my posts, so that visitors can navigate my posts and go to a specific part quickly?

Itz Mirasplendid
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Itz Mirasplendid
30 days 12 hours ago

Nice video

Lock d Moment
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Lock d Moment
1 month 1 day ago

nicee

Niraj Singh
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Niraj Singh
1 month 10 days ago

How to make it as dropdown menu?

Ele Plus
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Ele Plus
1 month 12 days ago

Love it. Perfect for what I do as I have many times series of a particular subject. Thanks!

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