Navigation menu is a set of links that take users to different sections of your website. It usually appears on top of a website.
WordPress comes with an easy navigation menu management system. It allows you to easily create menus by adding links and displaying them on locations defined by your theme.
For complete step by step instructions, see our beginner’s guide on how to add navigation menu in WordPress.
ou can directly upload videos to your WordPress site, but we always recommend against that. For more discussion on this topic, see our article on why you should never upload a video to WordPress.
Instead, you should use a video hosting service like YouTube or Vimeo. Simply upload your video to one of these services and then copy your video URL.
Come back to your WordPress site and simply paste the video URL in the post editor. WordPress will automatically fetch the embed code and display your video
By default, WordPress comes with two default content types. They are called posts and pages.
Posts are part of a blog and are displayed in a reverse chronological order. Pages are static and not part of a blog.
See our guide on the difference between posts and pages.
To add a new blog post, head over to Posts » Add New page.
To create a new page, you need to visit Pages » Add New page.
Both page’s and post’s edit screens look similar with some minor differences.
After you have selected a theme for your website, you will need to install it.
Head over to Appearance » Themes page in WordPress admin area and then click on the ‘Add New’ button on the top.
On the next page, you can search for a free theme from WordPress.org theme directory. If you already have your theme as a zip file, then click on the upload button to select the zip file and install it.
For more detailed instructions, see our step by step guide on how to install a WordPress theme for beginners.
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