I’m certain there is a simple solution to my problem but I can’t seem to find it and wondered if anyone can help.
I have designed pages and categories in my wordpress site and added them to a custom drop down menu that comes with the theme I’ve installed.
When the user rolls over the main menu (linking to pages) various links have sub-menus which are in fact categories. When the user rolls over these then they can link directly to a post. If the user clicks on the sub-menu (categories) they go to a page that doesn’t exist as it is only a category. How can I null the links in the sub menu so the user can’t click through to the non existent page?
Here is a link to the website that is still being built:http://www.aclinternational.eu
add a custom link instead of a category link and set the “href” to #
OrganicBeeMedia has it right. Just go into your “WordPress” > “Appearance” > “Menus” and when you’ve created a custom link you first have to add a URL , so add ”#” in placement. Once you’ve added that to the navigation then expand the item and remove the URL ”#”.
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