Menu Configuration

How to Create a Static Page

A static page is a page where you can add information manually.
1. Go to your blog dashboard -> Pages -> click on "New page".
2. Give it a title and publish it (you can add content later).
3. If you want to disable comments on the page, click on "Options" from the right and select "Don't allow, hide existing" from the Reader comments options.

How to Create a Label Page

A label page is a page where all posts with a specific label will appear. Example: all the posts with the label Personal will appear in the label page Personal.
1. Open one of your posts in the editor and click on Labels on the right.
2. Add the label you want to the box and click on "Done".

How to Add Single Tabs

1. Go to Layout -> open the Pages widget from the MENU section.
2. If you want to add a static page as a single tab, select it from the left.
3. If you want to add a label page as a single tab, click on "+add external link" and fill out the fields:
3.1 Add the title of the tab in the Page Title field.
3.2 Add this as the link of the tab in the Web address (URL) field:
/search/label/Label Name?max-results=12 Replace Label Name with the name of your label, but make sure it's written exactly the same way as the label in your post(s). For example, if the label in your posts is written with lowercase letters (personal) and the label in the menu is written differently (ex.: PERSONAL or Personal), Blogger will consider them two different label pages and no posts will appear in the label page from the menu.

How to Add Subpages

1. Go to Layout -> open the Pages widget from the MENU section.
2. Click on "+add external link" and fill out the fields:
2.1 Add the title of the tab in the Page Title field and add one underscore in front: _Subpage
2.1 Add the link to the Web address (URL) field (it can be the link to a static page, a label page or another blog/website).
Don't add any underscores to your labels or the titles of your static pages. Add the underscore only in the Page Title field in the Pages widget.

How to Add Subpages to Subpages

1. Go to Layout -> open the Pages widget from the MENU section.
2. Click on "+add external link" and fill out the fields:
2.1 Add the title of the tab in the Page Title field and add two underscores in front: __Subpage
2.1 Add the link to the Web address (URL) field (it can be the link to a static page, a label page or another blog/website).

Add Your Links to the Social Icons

1. Go to Layout -> open the "Social Icons" widget from the SOCIAL section.
2. Replace LINK with your social links - copy them directly from the browser (don't write them), otherwise the links will be broken.
3. You can remove the icons you don't need by removing the entire link from <a href=...> to </a>
If you accidentally delete the code or the widget, here is the original code from the demo (add it to a HTML/JavaScript widget in the SOCIAL section or to one of the blog footers):
<div class='socials'>
<a href='mailto:youremail' target='_blank'><i class='fas fa-envelope'></i></a>
<a href='LINK' target='_blank'><i class='fab fa-twitter'></i></a>
<a href='LINK' target='_blank'><i class='fab fa-pinterest'></i></a>
<a href='LINK' target='_blank'><i class='fab fa-instagram'></i></a>
<a href='LINK' target='_blank'><i class='fab fa-snapchat-ghost'></i></a>
</div>
FontAwesome is used for the icons, so if you need to add more, you can check out the available icons here.