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    Is there a way to change the menu structure, so that if there is a sub page, you do not have to put content in the main page or at the top level of the menu structure. E.g. Main, Sub, Sub. When you mouse over the Main and see the two sub menus, a lot of people don’t realize there is content in the main menu area and miss it all together. I’d like to have it so the main heading is a title only.

    Here, the About Comfield would not be clickable to a page. Only the submenus would have content.


    Hi achieve1,

    The only way I know of to do this with wordpress is to use the # symbol in a custom link in place of a normal page item in the menu. It creates a dead link that when clicked does nothing but still provides the menu item in place.




    Devin. I think I figured this one our.

    Do what Devin says, create a cutstom link poining to http://#

    Add it to the menu

    Save the menu

    Once saved, go back in to the menu item and delete the contents of the URL field.

    When you hover over the menu item , there is no opportunity to click, no dead link. It works.

    Let me know if it works for you too.


    Thanks for the tip, I’ll keep it in my quiver for future questions :)

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