Hi. Someone just posted this same question a couple of days ago, and then responded that they figured it out on their own (and didn’t share the solution). Good for them, but I have the same question! How is this done?
That was me … sorry.
The solution is:
-> In WordPress go to “Design” (Menu on the left)
-> klick on “Menus”.
The Structure of the Main Menu should be displayed (Home, Portfolio, … )
-> Click on “Home” (e.g.) and a couple of “entry fields”show up like:
– Angezeigter Name ( = Home) -> here you can edit it
– Beschreibung (=where the heart is) -> here you can edit or delete it
Thanks everyone for the replies, but I still don’t see it. When I go to Appearance > Menus, I do see the list of menu items on the right side with the dropdown arrows. Clicking the dropdown arrow for the “Home” menu item reveals three fields that can be updated: URL, Navigation Label, and Title Attribute. I do not see the “Where the heart is text”, nor do I see a Description field.
I am sure that this is going to be a forehead slapper when I figure this out, but I just don’t see it. Help?
When in the Menus manager go to the top right of your screen. There should be a little tab labeled “Screen Options” and when clicked it will drop down a panel of options for that page. Just go to the checkbox for Description and select it so that you will have that option visible when expanding the menu item.
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