Adding a menu to your blog post can be a great way to organize your content and make it easier for readers to find what they’re looking for. There are a few different ways to add a menu to your blog post, and each approach has its own advantages and disadvantages.
The easiest way to add a menu to your blog post is to use the WordPress toolbar. To do this, first select the text you want to include in the menu, and then click the Menu button (it looks like three lines stacked on top of each other). The Menu Editor will open, and you can type in the name of the menu item you want to create.
To add an item to the menu, simply type the title of the item and then press Enter. To delete an item from the menu, select it and then click the Delete button.
If you don’t want to use the WordPress toolbar, you can also add a menu by using a plugin. The most popular plugin for adding menus to blog posts is MenuForWP, and it’s available for both WordPress (and other popular blogging platforms) as well as Google Chrome and Firefox. To install MenuForWP, simply click on the link that appears after you’ve installed WordPress, and then follow the instructions that appear on screen. Once MenuForWP is installed, all you have to do is click on the Settings button (it looks like three lines stacked on top of each other) and then select Menus from the list of options that appears.
Click on Add New Menu Item and type in the title of the menu item you want to create. To add an item to the menu, simply type in the title of the item and then press Enter. To delete an item from the menu, select it and then click on Delete.
When it comes to adding menus to blog posts, there are two main types of users: those who use WordPress specifically because it has a built-inMenu system, and those who use other platforms such as Blogger or Medium but want to add aMenu system of their own. If you’re using another platform without a built-inMenu system, using one of the many plugins available is probably your best bet.
However, if you’re using WordPress specifically because it has a built-inMenu system, using either method will work just as well.