Some of my static pages are just category pages with a drop down..

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  • #656778

    illinipra
    Member

    I would like my category pages to not be able to be clicked on. For example, I have a menu with an “about” tab and then 3 drop down categories under that. I want users to be able to click on the 3 drop down pages but I do not want them to be able to click through to the “about” page. Nothing is on that page (this is a static website). How can I do that?
    Blog url: http://uiucpra.wordpress.com/

    #657016

    I’ve tweaked your menu to show you an example of how it can be done.

    I’ve replaced the “Useful Tools” menu item with a “Link” menu (instead of a page), that links to “#”. Like this, the “Useful Tools” top menu isn’t clickable anymore.

    Does it now work like you meant it to?

    #657061

    illinipra
    Member

    Yep! Now how can I do that with the “Latest News” page, as well as the page labeled “PRA?”

    #657064

    macmanx
    Staff

    Basically exactly like what was added. You’ll use an External Link item with the name you want, but link it to just “#” (without the quotes of course).

    #657065

    illinipra
    Member

    I’m sorry I don’t understand what youre saying..can you give me a little more of a detailed step by step?

    #657066

    macmanx
    Staff

    Sure, go to Appearance -> Menus in your blog’s Dashboard.

    To the left, you’ll see a “Custom Links” box.

    In here, enter the URL as just “#” (with no quotes) and the Label as desired, like PRA.

    Then, click “Add to Menu” and drag into position as desired.

    #657067

    illinipra
    Member

    It worked! Thanks!

    #657068

    macmanx
    Staff

    You’re welcome!

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