WordPress Custom Menus Overview

This tutorial gives an overview on how to use WordPress custom menus.

Please note: As it’s a large file, the video does take some time to kick in (though it is definitely worth the wait ;)). It can be viewed in full-screen high resolution by hovering over and clicking the TV image in the bottom right hand corner once the video has started.

I hope you enjoy it and I would really appreciate any comments you may have (by adding them at the bottom of this page).

About Ian Davies

Ian Davies is a professional WordPress trainer who specialises in teaching complete novices and inexperienced users how to make the most of WordPress. In addition to being the founder of Davco Media, Ian is also the founder of 'Red Custard' www.redcustard.co.uk - the Milton Keynes based design agency, specialising in WordPress websites.

6 Responses to WordPress Custom Menus Overview

  1. Ian Griffin March 19, 2012 at 5:59 pm #

    Thats very useful.

    However if I put in all 50 odd states of america in this format, it will run to a very long page. What I am really looking for is a standard text format in an MS office style window with a slide bar on the RHS so that, say, only 6 states are visable in the window unless you scroll down the slide bar. Must be a widget somewhere that will do this?

    • Ian March 19, 2012 at 6:16 pm #

      Thanks Ian.

      I don’t know of a ready-made solution for your specific requirement. However, I would guess that one of the many iframe plugins will do the job for you.

      It may take a while before you find the right one, but I would recommend doing a search for ‘iframe’ in plugins (there are a lot of ’em) and then read the description of each. You will probably have to play around with a few until you achieve the required result.

      Hope that helps? 😉

  2. Trish Mullen March 20, 2012 at 9:35 pm #

    Thanks for this, I found it really useful as menus can be baffling at times.


    • Ian March 20, 2012 at 9:59 pm #

      Thanks, Trish.

      I’m pleased you find it useful.

      There are more video tutorials to come.

      Ian D

  3. palas October 17, 2012 at 12:13 pm #

    Thanks, Trish.

    • Ian Davies October 17, 2012 at 1:01 pm #

      Thanks for your comment, Trish.

      It is my pleasure.


      Ian D


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