How do I get my menu to work?
Learn the different ways to add categories so you can create a menu item using those categories.
In addition, the use of tags is also explained.
Categories and tags help with the organization of your blog.
Category: an overall summary word for a topic your blog frequently covers. An example for this blog is “Tech Practice.” Most of my posts show a particular practice in WordPress or other tool used with WordPress [ like YouTube or Thinglink]. This post will be in the category “Theme customization.”
Tag: a detail word that describes the details in a particular post. For this post which is in category “Theme customization,” the details are toujours, tag, category, and menu.
Look at the bottom [sometimes top in other themes] of this post to find the tags and categories for this post.
Notice when you choose a category or tag how the URL changes. You can use that URL to create a link in a post as well. For instance, a tag for these Toujours post is “toujours.”
Here is a URL link to all posts tagged “toujours.” Take a look at the URL to see how the ‘tag’ helped find all those posts.
This video uses The Toujours theme by Automattic.