Transfer to WordPress.com

Menu

Creating Menus / Navigation

Your next step will be to create a menu for your site! This is how people will find the majority of the pages on your site.

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The menu from a drag-and-drop site.

One of the benefits of moving to WordPress.com is the ability to swiftly adjust the overall look and feel of your entire site rather than having to go page by page, like in some page builders; when editing menus by going through My Sites > Menus, your links won’t look exactly as they will on your website.

The Awesome Part: This allows you to change from a menu layout similar to this one:

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To ones that look like either one of these:

With a single click of a button!

This uniformity is what makes WordPress.com websites look so professional – they are crisp, clean, and quickly able to be edited!

A Note: Creating a page does not necessarily make it appear in your site’s main menu. This means you get to choose which pages do show up, creating a super polished appearance.

Step Five: Set Up Your Theme

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