Navigation menu is a really important part of a website, both visually and functionally. Though, I noticed that most blogs use a really simple navigation menu. A simple menu can be good sometimes, but if you’re looking for something more sophisticated, I’m pretty sure you’re going to enjoy this list.
Here’s 5 really cool tutorials to help you create a stunning navigation for your WordPress blog.
Creating Two-Tiered Conditional Navigation in WordPress
Which WordPress user doesn’t know Darren Hoyt, the creator the free magazine theme Mimbo Magazine ? In this great tutorial, Darren explains how to create a professional two-tiered navigation menu. Source
How To: Making a Categories Drop-Down Menu
This was my first post on Hack WordPress, and seems like you guys enjoyed it. In this tutorial, I explain how to create a navigation bar with a category drop-drown menu. Source
Adding a navigation bar to the default kubrick theme
The default “Kubrick” theme is probably the most used WordPress theme. Though, I think it should be better with a navigation bar. Hopefullt, this tutorial is here to help! Source
WordPress: “Magazine style” Horizontal dropdown menu
One of my last tutorials, published on my blog CatsWhoCode. This how-to explain how you can create an horizontal dropdown menu. Source
Using Sliding Doors with WordPress Navigation
This sliding doors CSS hack allows you to create sophisticated tabs for your navigation bar. Sadly, WordPress core functions wp_list_pages() and wp_list_categories() don’t allow you to add the required span tag to use this technique.
This tutorial will show you how to bypass this limitation by using a hack, and then you’ll be ready to enjoy sliding-doors for your WordPress navigation! Source
Any other navigation tutorial that should be in the list? Leave us a comment below!