Oct 272017

WordPress Vantage Theme Menu Layout post shows you how to set up the menus in the front page of the site and how to manage them.

Last Updated: November 11, 2017

In this post you will learn how to manage the menus in your site. Vantage has three menus available in the theme for you to add to your site. It is up to you to add all three menus or not. In this tutorial the three menus have been added for you to see.

WordPress Vantage Theme Menu Layout

Step 1 ) After you have configured and set up Vantage theme you need to set up the Front page display settings in WordPress.

The following image Reading Settings shows you how to select the themes home page and blog page for your site. Go to Settings -> Reading -> Front page displays to set up the pages for your site.

Note: The following pages Search for… and Blog are created by Vantage theme sample data. These pages are important to Vantage theme.


Primary and Secondary Menu

Step 2 ) The following image shows you the Primary and Secondary Menu locations on the front end of the site.

Vantage Menus Displayed

  • Primary Menu
  • Secondary Menu


Step 2-a ) The following image shows you the Primary Menu admin settings.

Note: To manage the menus in admin go to Appearance -> Menus


Step 2-b ) The following image shows you the Secondary Menu admin settings.


Footer Menu

Step 3 ) The following image shows you the Footer Menu displayed on the site. In the following footer you can see the social media icons most popular added. You can choose to add more or less. It is up to you.

Vantage Menus Displayed

  • Footer Menu


Step 3-a ) The following image shows you the Footer Menu admin settings.


That is how simple it is to set up your menus in Vantage theme.

You might like to check the following URL How To Create A WordPress Menu to learn more about creating and managing menus in WordPress.

If you have any questions or suggestions please leave a comment.

There will be more tutorials coming soon. So make sure you keep coming back for the latest.


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Manuel Ballesta Ruiz is a web developer, Blogger and WordPress Enthusiast.

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