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    This is my client website http://gunsafestorageguide.com/ how do I add “Posts” In the menu? Or Create a Dropdown menu “Reviews” Under which I’d like to add “Posts”.

    Any help would be highly appreciated



    Have a look here at the knowledgebase: https://generatepress.com/knowledgebase/using-menus/

    There you can find instructions on how to make a drop-down menu, then you can add your posts there. You might want first to create a blank “reviews” page.

    In case you don’t see the posts option, check screen options at the top of “Appearance” > “Menus”


    Thanks Jamal,
    I will check this πŸ™‚ Appreciate your quick revert


    I tried adding the drop down menu after creating a new blank page of reviews and following the steps that was shown. But if I opt for Primary menu it looks like this http://gunsafestorageguide.com/ I do not want my original page to hide and have hamburger menu.

    I want to show menu as this ratedacnetreatments.com

    Can you please help



    I think what you did is create a whole new menu instead of adding the “Reviews” page to the your existing menu and then adding the posts as drop down menus.

    Please delete the new menu and add the page plus the drop down menu (posts) to your existing menu as you would add any other page. Now assign this menu as “Primary Menu” and not “Slide-out menu”.

    Hope i’m explaining better this time, otherwise just ask i’m here to help as much as i can.

    • This reply was modified 6 years, 11 months ago by Jamal.

    Hey Jamal,
    Thanks for helping out.. I deleted the menu now I do not see any Menu so where do I add the page plus the drop down to my existing menu? I see no existing menu


    Sorry about that. I see your site has a menu so please refresh the page and see if your menu re-appears or if you have something like this

    We are very close now, we just need to add your posts as drop-down menus πŸ™‚

    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Looking good so far!

    One tip – no need to create a blank page for Reviews. Just create a custom link with # as the URL: https://generatepress.com/knowledgebase/using-menus/#create-drop-down-menu-custom


    Hi Jamal,
    I unfortunately do not see any menu. See the image attached

    Here’s the link to image http://i65.tinypic.com/21curyt.png

    • This reply was modified 6 years, 11 months ago by Krunal.

    In that case please do this:

    – Create a new menu and add your pages as normal.
    – Create a custom link following Tom’s post above (Thanks Tom, always learning new stuff here)

    – Add your posts to the menu and drag them under the custom link you created.

    – Assign your menu as primary menu.


    Hi @Jamal and @Tom,
    I am almost there.. But I still see hamburger menu http://gunsafestorageguide.com/

    Following are the steps I followed

    • This reply was modified 6 years, 11 months ago by Tom.

    I think i know the problem:

    Under “Appearance >Customize >Menu Plus >Slideout menu” See if you have slideout menu set to both desktop and mobile. If yes, either disable for both or enable it for mobile only.

    If that’s not it, i’m afraid i have reached the limit of my little knowledge πŸ™‚


    Hey @Jamal,
    You did it πŸ˜‰ http://gunsafestorageguide.com/ thanks it works now

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