Theme has only one theme location for menus – the Left Sidebar
This means that menu cannot be displayed anywhere else, other than the left sidebar area.

Depending the Left Sidebar type menu can have different views.
Read more about Left Sidebar types here.

Check our demo examples – Business Angel Designer Developer.

The only excerpt is the Widgets Panel where it’s possible to use menu widget. Menu widget is one of the WordPress default widgets and of course has simpler functionality compared to the theme menu which can appear in the Left Sidebar. Check our demo example here.

Defining a Menu #

  1. Go to Dashboard > Appearance > Menus to bring up the Menu Editor
  2. Select Create a new menu at the top of the page
  3. Enter a name (for example Vertical Navigation) for new menu in the Menu Name box
  4. Click the Create Menu button
  5. Scroll to the bottom of the menu editor window
  6. In the section titled Menu Settings, click the Left Sidebar check box (to provide the location where menu will appear)
  7. Click Save menu once you’ve made your selection

Adding Menu Items #

Menu items can link to any Page, Post, Category or Custom Link in the way as provides WordPress.

If you use Page Builder page template, menu items can also link to the page Paper or Section. Read detailed info about How Connect Sections and Papers with Menu.

Multi-level menu items not supported.

It’s important to always pay attention to the menu items permalink structure.

Adding Icons to a Menu Items #

  1. Go to Dashboard > Appearance > Menus to bring up the Menu Editor

  2. Activate CSS Classes from the Screen Options

  3. Add menu item as described here

  4. Set Icon Name. Read how to get Icon Name here.

  5. Press Save Menu button