It can be tough to find the time to update your WordPress website’s responsive menu, especially if you’re busy running your business or managing multiple websites. But don’t worry, there are a few easy steps you can take to make the switch.
First, make sure you have the latest version of WordPress installed. Version 3.
9.1 or later is required for responsive menus.
Next, disable any responsive menus you may have currently enabled. To do this, go to Settings > Menu and disable any menus you want to keep.
Next, create a new responsive menu in WordPress by going to Appearance > Menus and creating a new menu item. Call it “Responsive Menu” and set the menu item description to “Responsive Menu.”
Now, you’ll need to set up the menu item’s settings. Go to Appearance > Menus and select the “Responsive Menu” menu item.
Under “Settings,” you’ll need to set the “Display Options” to “Responsive.”.
Finally, you’ll need to add a link to the responsive menu on your website. To do this, go to Appearance > Menus and add a new menu item with the “Link to” field set to “Responsive Menu.”
Now, when visitors click on the “Responsive Menu” menu item, they’ll be taken to the new responsive menu on your website.