Navigation tends to be the same across websites, no matter the content. But to shake things up, we've collected some WordPress sites that approach navigation menus in a wholly original way. And for the most part? They're quite effective.
First-time visitors to your site don’t necessarily need to see the same stuff in your navigation as regular – or logged in – visitors. The solution? Custom navigation tailored to your users. Here's how to do it.
Sometimes one menu just isn't enough when you have a large site with many pages of content. With just a little bit of coding, it's easy to set up a new menu and even style it to match your theme.
Have you ever noticed the post navigation links (next and previous) displayed at the bottom of the post content in most themes and usually consisting of a post title?
If you haven’t, it’s hardly surprising. If you have, then you’re probably thinking that they are not exactly anything to get excited over. But we should get excited over them because they are major tool for keeping visitors on your site. If they are done properly. Like Medium, for example.
So, let’s supercharge your post navigation and start inducing those precious time-on-site-building clicks.