Adding Custom Menus
Largo has five default menus, but you can easily add new menus. You can create a new menu and assign it to any of the five Largo menu Theme Locations. Or, you might want to add a menu to a sidebar widget. Let's make a new menu to show how this works.
Here's the menu configuration screen found at Appearance > Menus:
Notice the link to create a new menu:
Click "create a new menu" and then enter a new menu name in the menu configuration page. We're creating a new menu for links to all "Tour de Largo" Categories:
Now we need to select all the categories relevant to our "Tour de Largo", which in this case is all of them:
Click the Add to Menu button and presto:
Now click Save Menu. We haven't assigned a location for this menu yet, so it won't appear anywhere. We could assign it one of the existing menu locations provided by Largo for the default menus. If we do that it will replace any menu that was already in that location. Alternatively, we could place this new menu in the Main Sidebar widget area.
To do that we go to Appearance > Widgets. We're going to use the Custom Menu widget to place our Tour de Largo Categories menu in the main sidebar:
Click the Add Widget button to add the custom menu widget to the Main Sidebar, and open the configuration for this custom menu:
In the Custom Menu widget configuration, select the Tour de Largo Categories menu and add a title:
Click the Save button in the configuration dialogue, and check out the new Tour de Largo Categories menu in the main sidebar on the site:
The category links in this custom menu now link to landing pages containing all posts assigned to the categories.