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“Many people only think about the WordPress menu at the top of the site. They try to stuff it full of as many links as can fit in the header bar. That does not necessarily give your users the best experience. You can use menus not only to direct your users around your site, but also to provide contextual resources that might be overlooked if they were stuffed alongside dozens of other links. With a custom menu structure, the menu interface can be used to spruce up your entire site, not just the top of it.”

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Done For You Blog Says: I’ve been using WordPress long enough to remember when you had to add custom coding or a plugin to create custom menus. Now it’s simple and easy. I use a variety of custom menus here on Done For You Blog, including top nav menus, footer menus, sidebar menus and custom page menus. A very handy feature of WordPress indeed.