To prevent you from getting an overpopulated menu bar, you can use anchor linking.

You can add all items in a dropdown menu in your Top menu, but you can also link directly to your footer when your visitors click on Site Info

And in your footer you can have all info in a Colophon



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wendyg53 Premium
Thank you Loes, this is so helpful. I"m bookmarking it for reference.
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Loes Premium
You're welcome, thanks👍
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MarionBlack Premium
I had never thought of linking to my footer menu. Thanks for this, Loes.
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Loes Premium
It just occurred to me that it could be possible so I tried untill it worked🤗
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KC1953 Premium
As always, Loes, another great bit of training.
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Loes Premium
Thank you, I hope you will benefit from it 👍
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BrendaMZ Premium
Loes, thanks for this training. I needed to know how to do this.
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Loes Premium
You're very welcome, success Brenda
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Robert-A Premium
I like it Loes.
WP is not my strong point though.
So I have a question.
What happens to those pages/posts URL you are linking to?

What I mean is if you have them in your Site Info wont that make the Posts/Pages URLs redundant and you would have to delete them in Google Console?

Robert
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Loes Premium
The URL' s are not deleted, only the links to it in the top menu, that has no effect in Google
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Robert-A Premium
Ok Loes
I will try it out.
Not tonight though as its getting late and time I was in a hot bath.
Take care.
Robert
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Loes Premium
Enjoy your bath:) Success for later!
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