How To Add Menu Icons to your WordPress Site In Under 3 Minutes 🏠

by | Mar 11, 2020 | 0 comments

How To Add Menu Icons to your WordPress Site In Under 3 Minutes 🏠

by | Mar 11, 2020 | Free Wordpress Plugins | 0 comments



Start adding icons to WordPress menus, no matter what theme you are using with Menu Icons plugin. This tutorial includes a step for adding Social Icons with links to your favorite social networks.

Here are the steps:
Step 1: Download and activate the Menu Icons plugin:

Step 2: Go to Admin Dashboard ➡ Appearance ➡ Menus and to the bottom left to expand the “Menu Icons Settings” tab, ensure Font Awesome is checked then click Save Changes

Step 3: Add a Custom Link to the menu if you desired to add a social network:

Step 4: Expand the menu and then click Select next to the icon.

Step 5: Click Font Awesome then search for the icon you wish. After clicking on the icon hide the label and select the size of the icon you wish to have:

Step 6: Save your menu and check your website!

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