Design of Menu Pages
I see some other people with Bromley theme able to create pages (which they add on their menu bar) and the pages look just like the front page. Or have some sort of design other than a picture and some links.
I have no idea how they do that! I’d love for my pages to have some sort of design instead of lists of links. Do you know what I mean? Ha ha it’s kind of hard to explain.
Thanks for your help! Love Bromley and still am getting the hang of it.
The blog I need help with is findingourspirit.com.
Do you have an example of a site that does what you’re suggesting? What sort of thing are you trying to do?
Thanks for getting back to me! :)
Take my fall challenge page for instance.
It’s just text and links. If I try to add media, it just doesn’t look very pleasing/professional.
I found this site that uses Bromley. Somenerdthing. Here is a link to one of their menu pages. “video games” it’s not the main page but still has a clean look and feel. http://somenerdthing.com/category/video-games/
That’s sort of what I would like to accomplish with mine somehow. Does that help?
Ah – ok. I see what you mean.
What you see there on SomethingNerd is that they have linked to one of their blog post categories in the site navigation.
You can do this through the custom menu functionality.
You can see an example of a category listing on your site here: http://findingourspirit.com/category/nostalgia-2/
Okay well that’s good that it’s changeable. Would you mind sending me a brief explanation on how I can do that? Sorry… I went into the section to customize the menu but that is where my cluelessness kicks in.
I see under the “edit menus” next to “menu structures” that you can add tags and categories but it looks like you can only do that for the entire menu. Not the individual pages. So how would I link categories to the individual pages?
I super appreciate your help with this!
Thanks for the link and for your help! :)
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