To edit menus on your website, click “What Pages Are Listed“:

Next, you’ll see a list of menus on your site.  There are two main ones used on your site:  Footer and Main Menu.

The Main Menu is the one that shows up at the top of your home page and on certain other pages.

The Footer menu is one that shows up at the bottom of your pages.

Click the menu you want to edit.

Next, you should see a list of all the pages that are currently listed in your menu:

How to Remove a Page From a Menu

If you want to remove a menu item, click the item.  This will expand the options.  Near the bottom of this little box you should see a “Remove” link.  Click that.

When you’re finished making changes, click the “Publish” button at the top.

How to Change the Name of a Menu Item

If you want to change the name of a certain link in your menu, click that item to expand the options for it.  The first box is called “Navigation Label”.  You can change the wording to whatever you like.

If you want to add a link, scroll to the bottom of this list and click “Add Items”.

This will open up a new area to the right with a list of pages and other items.

If you have a page on your site you want to add to the menu, you should find the page in the list of pages and click the little plus icon

When you’re finished making changes, click the “Publish” button at the top.

Changing the order of menu items

If you want to change the order of menu items, there are two options.

Option 1)  You can just click and drag the menu items to move them.  If you move an item under another item and then move it slightly to the right, it will be a sub-menu of that menu item.

Option 2)  Scroll to the bottom of your menu and click the “Reorder” link:

This will give you the ability to see visually how your menu is formatted.  There will be little arrows you can click to move items around.

It may look something like this.

You’ll notice some menu items are indented.  The items that are aligned on the left are main menu items.  If there are other items under it that are indented, it means the top item is a drop-down menu and the other items appear under that main item.

In the example above, “Sell” is a top-level menu item that is a drop-down menu.  The items under it, like “Sell Your House”, “Notes”, etc. appear in a drop-down menu under “Sell”.

If you wanted to move “Notes” to the top of the list under “Sell”, you’d just click the little Up arrow:

Here’s what each of the buttons do:

Up:  Move the item higher on the list.  If it’s grayed out, it means it can’t go any higher.  In the example above, “Sell Your House” can’t go any higher because it’s already at the top of the drop-down menu under “Sell”.

Down:  Move the item down on the list.  If it’s grayed out, it can’t go any lower.  It’s already either at the bottom of the overall menu, or at the bottom of a drop-down menu.

Left:  If an item is part of a drop-down menu, the left arrow will remove it from that drop-down menu and make it a top-level menu item, meaning it won’t appear in a drop-down menu but will be its own item by itself.

Right:  This will make the item a drop-down menu item of the item above it.  So, in the example above, if you clicked the right arrow for “Commercial/Multi-unit”, it would make it a drop-down or sub-menu of “Notes”.  Menus can be nested, meaning you can have multiple levels.  So with this example, Sell would be a main menu item.  Notes would be in the drop-down menu under “Sell”.  Then “Commercial / Multi-Unit” would be in a sub-menu of “Notes”.

When you’re finished making changes, click the “Publish” button at the top.